|Origin:||submittere 'to lower, submit', from mittere 'to send'|
sub‧mit S2 W3 past tense and past participle submitted, present participle submitting
to give a plan, piece of writing etc to someone in authority for them to consider or approve
submit an application/claim/proposal etc
All applications must be submitted by Monday.
2 [intransitive and transitive] formal
to agree to obey a person, group, set of rules, especially when you have no choice [= give in]
Derek has agreed to submit to questioning.
3 [transitive] formal law
to suggest or say something
I submit that the jury has been influenced by the publicity in this case.