Synonyms of 'submit'
to accept the will of another person or a superior forceIf I submitted to their demands, they would not press the allegations.
We'll never surrender to the terrorists.
She yielded to general pressure.
give in, ,
My parents gave in and let me go to the camp.
bend, , , , , , , , , ,
Congress has to bend to his will.
The club eventually capitulated and granted equal rights to women.
They seemed to acquiesce in the decision.
toe the line, ,
She's one of the politicians who wouldn't toe the party line.
lay down arms,
hoist the white flag,
throw in the sponge
to send (an application or proposal) to someone for judgment or considerationThey submitted their reports to the Chancellor yesterday.
We presented three options to the unions for discussion.
She quickly tendered her resignation.
table (British), ,
They've tabled a motion criticizing the government for inaction.
He could refer the matter to the high court.
They have not yet proffered an explanation of how the accident happened.
I submit that you knew exactly what you were doing.
I suggest you ask him some specific questions about his past.
His lawyers are arguing that he is unfit to stand trial.
We are about to propose some changes to the system.
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
He sat there listening as we put our suggestions to him.
I moved that the case be dismissed.
Many theories have been advanced as to why this is.
Natalie volunteered an ingenious suggestion.
We assert that the bill violates the First Amendment.
The government contends that he is a fundamentalist.
She continues to propound her theories about the supernatural.
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in the sense of acquiesce
to agree to what someone wantsThey seemed to acquiesce in the decision.
in the sense of advance
to present an idea for considerationMany theories have been advanced as to why this is.
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