Definition of resubmit in English:

resubmit

Line breaks: re|sub¦mit
Pronunciation: /riːsəbˈmɪt
 
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verb

[with object]
Submit (something, such as a plan, application, or resignation) again.
More example sentences
  • ‘We will continue to talk to the planners and we are resubmitting an application,’ he said.
  • Use the new circumstances as the basis for resubmitting the plan.
  • Though the board of directors recommended a vote against the resolution, it won 6.9% of the voting shares, which means the shareholders can resubmit the proposal next year.

Derivatives

resubmission

noun
More example sentences
  • After the deluge of 1998, the volume of new manuscripts appears to be leveling off, yet resubmissions of 1998 papers have been coming back at a steady pace.
  • With time allotted for resubmissions and publishing, it may take a year or longer from the time an article is submitted until it can be seen in print.
  • These days articles are often published with lots of dates (dates of submission, resubmission, acceptance, publication), a statement on competing interests, another on financial support, and details of what was done by which authors.

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