resubmit

verb
re·sub·mit | \ˌrē-səb-ˈmit \
resubmitted; resubmitting

Definition of resubmit 

transitive verb

: to submit (something) again made some revisions and resubmitted the assignment … urged the House leadership to withdraw the bill and resubmit it in the next Congress.— Edward M. Davis Almost everyone plays the ratings game, trimming and resubmitting films for less restrictive designations.— Maitland McDonagh

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Other Words from resubmit

resubmission \ˌrē-səb-ˈmi-shən \ noun plural resubmissions
the deadline for resubmission

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The petitioner is going to regroup and maybe redesign the plan and resubmit. Linda Girardi, Aurora Beacon-News, "Developer withdraws Yorkville solar farm project, but may redesign it," 29 June 2018 The governor also plans to resubmit legislation this year to create a nonpartisan redistricting commission to draw congressional and legislative boundaries. Washington Post, "Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) takes on redistricting — again," 18 Jan. 2018 But in a statement published on its website, the bank said that it was not being required to resubmit its cash distribution plan after making the regulator’s requested changes. Emily Flitter, New York Times, "Bank ‘Stress Tests’ Results Clear Way for Wall Street to Reward Investors," 28 June 2018 There’s no word yet on the availability of Steam Link in the App Store — presumably, Valve must resubmit it — though the app is already in open beta on Android. Nick Statt, The Verge, "Apple revises App Store rules after rejecting Valve’s game streaming Steam Link app," 5 June 2018 Either resubmit the medal application or seek recognition on the religious side. Bill Leukhardt, Courant Community, "Waterbury Hero Priest Was Always Considered A Saint; Now Some Want To Make It Official," 28 May 2018 To resubmit it as a new institution would take at least another 18 months to be considered a candidate for accreditation and could take as long as five years before that new institution would be accredited. Kathleen Megan, courant.com, "CSCU President Says He Won't Resign And He Will Continue To Pursue College Merger," 1 May 2018 Metro, which is leading the procurement process and will oversee construction, asked bidders to find savings and resubmit proposals. Luz Lazo, Washington Post, "Potomac Yard Metro station is over budget and behind schedule," 6 Apr. 2018 Kushner had to resubmit his security clearance form last year because of foreign contacts that had been omitted. Shannon Pettypiece, Bloomberg.com, "Kushner Got Security Clearance, Had Second Interview With Mueller, Lawyer Says," 23 May 2018

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First Known Use of resubmit

1604, in the meaning defined above

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