Synonyms of submit in English:

submit


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See Spanish definition of presentar

verb

1‘the countess had submitted under duress’

SYNONYMS
give in, yield, give way, back down, cave in, bow, capitulate, relent, defer, agree, consent, accede, conform, acquiesce, comply, accept
surrender, lay down one's arms, raise the white flag, show the white flag, wave the white flag, knuckle under, humble oneself, bend the knee, kowtow, fall
informal throw in the sponge, throw in the towel
ANTONYMS

defy

2‘he refused to submit to censorship’

SYNONYMS
be governed by, abide by, be regulated by, comply with, observe, heed, accept, tolerate, endure, brook, put up with, stomach, adhere to, be subject to, agree to, consent to, conform to
informal keep in step, play by the rules, play it by the book, take it lying down, lump it
British informal wear
archaic suffer
ANTONYMS

defy, resist

3‘we submitted an unopposed bid for the franchise’

SYNONYMS
put forward, present, set forth, offer, proffer, tender, advance, propose, suggest, volunteer, lodge, introduce, come up with, raise, air, moot
put in, send in, hand in, enter, register
British table
ANTONYMS

withdraw

4‘the appellant submitted that a community service order was inappropriate’

SYNONYMS
contend, assert, argue, state, claim, aver, propound, posit, postulate, adduce, move, advocate, venture, volunteer
formal opine