- = surrender, yield, give in, agree, bend, bow, endure, tolerate, comply, put up with (informal), succumb, defer, stoop, cave in (informal), capitulate, accede, acquiesce, toe the line, knuckle under, resign yourself, lay down arms, hoist the white flag, throw in the sponge •
If I submitted to their demands, they would not press the allegations.
- = present, hand in, tender, put forward, table, commit, refer, proffer •
They submitted their reports to the Chancellor yesterday.
- = suggest, claim, argue, propose, state, put, move, advance, volunteer, assert, contend, propound •
I submit that you knew exactly what you were doing.
'submit' in Other Languages
- British English: submit If you submit to something, you unwillingly allow something to be done to you, or you do what someone wants, for example because you are not powerful enough to resist. VERBIn desperation, she submitted to an operation on her right knee to relieve the pain.acquiese
- Brazilian Portuguese: submeter-se
- Chinese: 屈从屈从從
- European Spanish: someterse
- French: se soumettre
- German: sich unterwerfen
- Italian: sottomettersi
- Japanese: 服従する
- Korean: 굴복하다
- Portuguese: submeter-se
- Spanish: someterse
- British English: submit If you submit a proposal, report, or request to someone, you formally send it to them so that they can consider it or decide about it. VERBThey submitted their reports to the chancellor yesterday.proposal
- Brazilian Portuguese: submeter
- Chinese: 递交递<TRAD>遞</TRAD>交從
- European Spanish: presentar
- French: soumettre
- German: vorlegen
- Italian: sottomettere
- Japanese: 提出する
- Korean: 제출하다
- Portuguese: submeter
- Spanish: presentar
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