Definition of 'submit'
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Take note of any deadlines and submit claims as soon as you can. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It has now invited you to submit your claim and has said it will be honoured. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We took all the feedback on our draft plans into consideration before submitting our final application. Times, Sunday Times (2015)G4S turned down a request to submit to a voluntary forensic audit of all its billing practices. Times, Sunday Times (2013)First, universities must approve all proposals that are submitted. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Detailed Greek proposals must be submitted by the end of the night. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They submitted their reports to a central legal base in London. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They were meeting for the first time since the Argentinian stunned the club by submitting a transfer request. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A written report is then submitted to the company. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Regulations do not require such requests to be submitted in writing, and his squadron commanders did not ask for it. Christianity Today (2000)Publishers may be asked to formally submit bids by a certain deadline, with no bids opened until after the deadline. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)It also has submitted a new proposal to the culture secretary, designed to improve network coverage in rural parts of the country. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Amid howls of outrage from media commentators, he said he would submit his proposals to a referendum if they were blocked by unions. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Should I submit a new claim now? Times, Sunday Times (2007)I submitted my claim but was turned down on the grounds that the council is only liable if it had not acted responsibly. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He makes good use of the reports submitted at the time, and writes of China with real affection. The Times Literary Supplement (2008)We assisted the choir in submitting a formal request - which is now expected to be approved by the Treasury. The Sun (2016)The evidence was tested at the time but UK cops are set to submit a formal request for fresh tests using new techniques. The Sun (2014)Further support for this suggestion about the flexibility of research plans comes from a detailed qualitative study of negotiations over funding proposals submitted by two US biologists. Science, Technology, and Social Change (1988)Bankers said BAT and others would not rush to submit rival proposals but would wait to see details of the Japanese offer. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There was no unfairness in requiring a person submitting an application to vary to also show that, at that time, he met the relevant financial requirements. Times, Sunday Times (2016)UP to five bidders formally submitted offers to buy the whole of BHS ahead of a deadline last night. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'submit'
British English: submit VERB
acquiese 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.
In desperation, she submitted to an operation on her right knee to relieve the pain.
British English: submit VERB
proposal 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.
They submitted their reports to the chancellor yesterday.
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