- vt. 使服从；使屈服；提交；递交；认为
- vi. 屈从
- vt. & vi. 使受控制; 服从 put oneself under the control of another
- vt. 提出 put forward for opinion, discussion, decision, etc.
refer for judgment or consideration;
"The lawyers submitted the material to the court"
"I submit to you that the accused is guilty"
yield to the control of another
hand over formally
refer to another person for decision or judgment;
"She likes to relegate difficult questions to her colleagues"
yield to another's wish or opinion;
"The government bowed to the military pressure"
accept or undergo, often unwillingly;
"We took a pay cut"
make an application as for a job or funding;
"We put in a grant to the NSF"
make over as a return;
"They had to render the estate"
accept as inevitable;
"He resigned himself to his fate"
- We will submit ourselves to the court's judgement.
- We have to submit ourselves to discipline.
- He submitted his proposal for urban development to the city council.
- Please fill in and submit the form below.
- I submit that more proof is needed to support the case.
- They refused to submit to the unjust decision.
- He submitted unwillingly to his mother.
- He was losing the fight but he would not submit.
- The rebels were ordered to submit.
- He submitted his term paper three weeks late.
- The secretary submitted a report of the last meeting.
- She submitted proofs of identity.
- They submitted a new plan.
- The committee members were asked to submit proposals on this matter.
- The representatives submitted many important problems for discussion.
- I submitted my resignation.
- The manuscripts were submitted anonymously.
- I submit that the witness is lying.
- I submit that the defendant is not guilty.
- I submit that the judgement was wrong.
- He submitted that he was not to blame.
- Their lawyer submits that there are no grounds for denying bail.
- We submit that the terms are entirely unreasonable.
- submit to (v.+prep.)
向…呈交〔递送…〕 offer (an idea, sth written, etc.) for consideration to (sb or a group)
submit to sb/sth/v-ing
They didn't submit to the enemy.
The people had to submit to the new rulers when they lost the war.
No country would submit to being controlled by another country.
Children at school must submit to the orders of the headmaster.
He is the last man to submit tamely to another's opinion.
Never submit to a threat.
They had to submit to a thorough body search at the airport.
I won't submit to having my freedom suppressed.
I submit to being parted from you.
He will not submit to being separated from her.
She would not submit to being guided by him.
她不愿意听他的指导。submit oneself/sth to sb/sth
I refused to submit myself to his control.
We will submit ourselves to your arrangement.
He submitted himself to discipline.
The girl submitted herself to her mother's direction.
She was unwilling to submit her house to rough treatment by tenants.
The metal was submitted to analysis.
对这种金属进行了分析。submit sth to sb/sth
I shall submit the report to the Chairman.
Some students have not yet submitted their essays to their tutors.
Have you submitted your entry to the judges yet?
They submitted a plan to the city council.
Your suggestion was submitted to the commission for its consideration.
All important problems must be submitted to the committee.
- submit a plan 提供一个计划
- submit proof 提供证明
- submit report 提交报告
- submit term paper 交论文
- submit problem 提出问题
- submit proposal 提出建议
- submit resignation 提出辞职
He silently submits to the killer's raised knife.出自： M. Esslin
Under no circumstances will he submit to an alien rule he cannot understand.出自： A. Stevens
- submit, subject
- subject着重强调使对方处于权威的影响或控制之下; 而submit则强调使服从或屈服于某人的意志或权力。例如:
- He was losing the fight but he would not submit.他在拳击中正在节节败退,但绝不屈服。
- submit, surrender, yield
- submit指顺从别人的意志,服从权威的力量; 而yield指被迫停止对抗,向对方屈服; surrender指因战败,或被迫“交出”或“放弃”某些事物。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自拉丁语的submittere，意为投降，放下，减少。