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Meanings of Submeter:

noun

A meter for measuring the consumption of gas, water, electricity, etc., which is subsidiary to a main meter.

Meanings of Submicron:

noun

A particle less than a micron in size.

adjective

Less than a micron in size or length; relating to or involving such a size.

Meanings of Submicroscopic:

adjective

Too small to be seen by an ordinary light microscope.

Usage examples:

In many cases, however, this exchange is on the microscopic or submicroscopic level.

Meanings of Submicroscopical:

adjective

Submicroscopic.

Meanings of Submind:

noun

A lesser, lower, or inferior mind; the subconscious part of a person's mind.

Meanings of Subminiature:

adjective

Of greatly reduced size.

Usage examples:

A 3.5-metre-long ivory is another treasure blessing the palace, on which is carved a subminiature s…

Meanings of Subminister:

noun

A subordinate or deputy minister.

Meanings of Submiss:

adjective

Submissive; characterized by humility and readiness to obey. of a person.

Meanings of Submissible:

adjective

Capable of being submitted; in later use especially (law) able to be submitted as legal evidence.

Meanings of Submission:

noun

The action of accepting or yielding to a superior force or to the will or authority of another person.

Usage examples:

They were forced into submission

Meanings of Submissionist:

noun

A person who advocates submission or compromise; specifically (u.s. history, in the period preceding the american civil war) a person from the southern states willing to relinquish sovereignty in order to remain in the union.

Meanings of Submissions:

noun

The action of accepting or yielding to a superior force or to the will or authority of another person.

Usage examples:

They were forced into submission

Meanings of Submissive:

adjective

Ready to conform to the authority or will of others; meekly obedient or passive.

Usage examples:

A submissive, almost sheeplike people

Submissively

səbˈmɪs.ɪv.li

Meanings of Submissively:

adverb

In a way that allows yourself to be controlled by other people

Usage examples:

She knelt submissively at his feet., he submissively did as he was told.

Meanings of Submissiveness:

noun

The quality of being submissive.

Usage examples:

He didn't confuse respect with submissiveness

Meanings of Submissly:

adverb

Submissively, with submission; humbly.

Meanings of Submissness:

noun

Submissiveness, submission; humility.

Meanings of Submit:

verb

Accept or yield to a superior force or to the authority or will of another person.

Usage examples:

The original settlers were forced to submit to bulgarian rule

Meanings of Submit-to:

verb

To give or offer something for a decision to be made by others

Usage examples:

Companies are required to submit monthly financial statements to the board., [ t ] he had never bee…

Meanings of Submits:

verb

Accept or yield to a superior force or to the authority or will of another person.

Usage examples:

The original settlers were forced to submit to bulgarian rule

Meanings of Submittal:

noun

The action or an act of submitting something or to something.

Meanings of Submittance:

noun

Submission; submittal.

Submitted

səbˈmɪt

Meanings of Submitted:

verb

Accept or yield to a superior force or to the authority or will of another person.

Usage examples:

The original settlers were forced to submit to bulgarian rule

Past simple and past participle of submit

Meanings of Submitter:

noun

A person who presents a proposal, application, or other document to a person or body for consideration or judgement.

Usage examples:

Submitters will be notified of the outcome by may

Meanings of Submitting:

verb

Accept or yield to a superior force or to the authority or will of another person.

Usage examples:

The original settlers were forced to submit to bulgarian rule

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