Translation of submission in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /səbˈmɪʃən/


  • 1 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (surrender) sumisión (feminine) to beat sb into submission someter a algn a base de golpes
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    • First, Hurston describes a gap in the relationship as Joe attempts to force Janie's submission to his authority.
    • On Friday last in Perth Ireland were forced into submission by a physically stronger Australian side in the first match of the International Rules series.
    • Ever since, Indigenous Peoples have been forced into submission, if not obliteration, in the name of civilization and progress all over the globe.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable (submissiveness) submission (to sth/sb) sumisión (feminine)(a algo/algn)
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    • It was a traverse through a world of humility, patience and submission - a long and tedious journey to be undertaken with faith, conviction and cheerfulness.
    • For months we've been subjected to proof after proof that we are no longer in control over our own bodies only to look forward to the ultimate humiliation of submission to the rite of passage - pain.
    • The images in this song are of loneliness, need, humility and submission.
    1.3 countable/numerable (in wrestling) rendición (feminine)
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    • In November 2000, he made his UFC debut, defeating his opponent with an armbar submission less than one minute into the fight.
    • In the Cadets he won with an inner-leg throw and followed the throw with an armlock for a submission.
    • Both arts employ chokes, armlocks, leglocks and other submission holds to defeat opponents.
  • 2 countable/numerable 2.1 (plan, proposal) propuesta (feminine) to make a submission to sb presentarle una propuesta a algn 2.2 (report) informe (masculine)
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    • The respondents made detailed written submissions about these documents.
    • The Court has considered the written submissions of the applicant in this matter.
    • Members of the public can then write submissions to the ABA in relation to the applications.
    2.3 [Law/Derecho] alegato (masculine)
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    • The judge recorded the submissions of her counsel in these terms.
    • That finding by the trial judge was made in the context of submissions by counsel.
    • We do not have the transcripts of any submissions which counsel made to the judge on this aspect.
  • 3 uncountable/no numerable (presentation) presentación (feminine)
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    • Their services also include advising businesses in dealing with public sector purchasers and preparing proposals for submission to contracting bodies.
    • The deadline for submission of proposals was March 15.
    • Two months after the deadline for submission of applications the results will be made public.
  • 4 uncountable/no numerable (contention) it is our submission that … sostenemos que …

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