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Verb
/səbˈmit/,
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submitting, present participle; submitted, past tense; submits, 3rd person singular present; submitted, past participle;
  1. Accept or yield to a superior force or to the authority or will of another person
    • - the original settlers were forced to submit to Bulgarian rule
  2. Consent to undergo a certain treatment
    • - he submitted himself to a body search
  3. Subject to a particular process, treatment, or condition
    • - samples submitted to low pressure
  4. Agree to refer a matter to a third party for decision or adjudication
    • - the U.S. refused to submit to arbitration
  5. Present (a proposal, application, or other document) to a person or body for consideration or judgment
    • - the panel's report was submitted to a parliamentary committee
  6. (esp. in judicial contexts) Suggest; argue
    • - he submitted that such measures were justified

  1. refer for judgment or consideration; "The lawyers submitted the material to the court"
  2. put before; "I submit to you that the accused is guilty"
  3. yield to the control of another
  4. present: hand over formally
  5. relegate: refer to another person for decision or judgment; "She likes to relegate difficult questions to her colleagues"
  6. yield to another's wish or opinion; "The government bowed to the military pressure"
  7. Submit is an EP by the British band Pitchshifter, released in 1992. Fitting somewhere between an EP and a full-length album, it was the last album to feature Stuart Toolin in the band.
  8. Submit is the second album by Danish death metal band Illdisposed.
  9. (Submission (2010 film)) Submission (2010) (Swedish: Underkastelsen) is a Swedish documentary film directed by Stefan Jarl and narrated by Stellen Skarsgard. In the film, director Jarl has his blood drawn for a series of tests to show how much of a "chemical burden" is in his body. ...
  10. (Submission (BDSM)) Dominance and submission (also known as D&s, Ds or D/s) is a set of behaviors, customs and rituals involving the giving by one individual to another individual of dominance over them in an erotic episode or as a lifestyle.
  11. (Submission (combat sport)) A submission (depending on the context also referred to as a "tap out" or "tapping out") is a combat sports term for yielding to the opponent, and hence resulting in an immediate defeat. ...
  12. (Submission (Electronic)) An electronic submission refers to a manuscript submitted by electronic means: that is, via e-mail or a web form on the Internet, or on an electronic medium such as a compact disc, a hard disk or a USB flash drive. ...
  13. To yield or give way to another; or (intransitive) To enter or put forward for approval, consideration, marking etc
  14. ("Submitted") Means that the order is being processed by the Data Partner.
  15. (SUBMITTED) Usually used where the judge has heard the evidence, but has submitted the case for his decision at a later date. Also termed as under advisement (usually to research some legal questions).
  16. (Submitted) A claim that is created or updated on the website and then is automatically submitted to the Trust.
  17. (Submitted) Customer's order has been received.
  18. (Submitted) Date document was first published on the Due Diligence Repository
  19. (Submitted) IBM has not yet evaluated this RFE but will evaluate it to provide a response.
  20. (Submitted) The customer successfully submitted their order to Justcampus.com. The order should reach our warehouse within one business day for fulfillment.
  21. (Submitted) When a case is given to the jury for deliberation.
  22. (Submitted) status of Manual Credit Request after member has submitted full headers and e-mail content to the IFW on the proper form
  23. (Submission) An agent’s suggestion to a casting director for a role in a certain production
  24. (Submission) One of the seven goals. Its positive pole is devotion; its negative pole is subservience. It is used for lifetimes that emphasize supporting a greater cause.  Read more about submission.
  25. (Submission) The process of sending batch deposits to the Acquirer for processing.