›[T]to formally send a document, plan, etc. to a person or group in authority so that they can make a decision about it: submit a bid/plan/proposalThe consortium has yet to submit a bid.submit a letter/report/requestThey submitted the report after the retailer said that it might choose a replacement ad agency last year.Applications must be submitted by December 5.
›[T]formal orLAWto suggest or say something: In conclusion, I submit that the proposal will not work without some major changes.
submit your resignation›HRto tell your employer that you are leaving your job or position: He was given the choice on Wednesday to either submit his resignation, or be fired.
›[I or T]to allow another person or group to have authority or control over you, or to accept something unwillingly: They were required to agree that future industrial disputes would be submitted to arbitration.