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submission

  
1    acquiescence, assent, capitulation, giving in, surrender, yielding  
2    compliance, deference, docility, meekness, obedience, passivity, resignation, submissiveness, tractability, unassertiveness  
3    argument, contention, proposal  
4    entry, handing in, presentation, submitting, tendering  
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submission

  
  ( submissions    plural  )
1       n-uncount   Submission is a state in which people can no longer do what they want to do because they have been brought under the control of someone else.  
oft into N  
The army intends to take the city or simply starve it into submission.     
2       n-uncount   Thesubmissionof a proposal, report, or other document is the act of formally sending it to someone, so that they can consider it or decide about it.  
FORMAL   usu the N of n  
Diploma and certificate courses do not normally require the submission of a dissertation.     
3       n-count   A submission is a proposal, report, or other document that is formally sent or presented to someone, so that they can consider or decide about it.  
A written submission has to be prepared.     

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