- Submission is defined as acting always obedient, particularly to a master.
An example of submission is the state of a disciplined animal to his owner.
- The definition of a submission is something sent in or the act of surrendering.
- An example of submission is a contest entry.
- An example of submission is a criminal who gives themselves up to the police.
- the act of submitting, yielding, or surrendering
- the quality or condition of being submissive; resignation; obedience; meekness
- the act of submitting something to another for decision, consideration, etc.
- something thus submitted, as an article or photograph to a publisher
- Law an agreement whereby parties to a dispute submit the matter to arbitration and agree to be bound by the decision
Origin of submissionOld French ; from Classical Latin submissio ; from submissus, past participle of submittere: see submit
- The act or fact of submitting to the power of another: an army laying siege to a town to compel its submission; a dog bowing its head in submission.
- a. The act of submitting something for consideration.b. Something so submitted: read three fiction manuscripts and several other submissions.
Origin of submissionMiddle English submissioun, from Old French submission, from Latin submissi&omacron;, submissi&omacron;n-, a lowering, from submissus, past participle of submittere, to set under; see submit.
- The act of submitting.
- The thing which has been submitted.
- A submission hold in wrestling, mixed martial arts, or other combat sports.
From Latin submissio