resubmit

verb
re·​sub·​mit | \ ˌrē-səb-ˈmit How to pronounce resubmit (audio) \
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 How to pronounce resubmit (audio) \ noun, plural resubmissions
the deadline for resubmission

Examples of resubmit in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Besides the disruptions from the pandemic, changes in tax law—including some revisions President Joe Biden signed into law Thursday—will mean some filers will have to wait for updated forms or resubmit their returns. Laura Davison, Fortune, "U.S. tax filing season is off to a slow start with refunds down by a third," 12 Mar. 2021 The Complete Streets Plan calls for Hartford to resubmit that request, first made in 2018. Rebecca Lurye, courant.com, "Hartford streets walkable, safer for pedestrians, cyclists, bus riders? That’s the vision of a new plan," 10 Mar. 2021 Jasmine Burney-Clark, the founder of Equal Ground Education Fund, said erasing current mail-in ballot requests and requiring voters to resubmit them will serve as a boon to the GOP next year. Dara Kam, orlandosentinel.com, "‘Suppression’ or ‘security’? Uproar over Florida GOP’s ‘rollback of voting rights’," 16 Mar. 2021 Christopher first submitted his application in July of 2020; his loan servicer initially denied his application in error, forcing him to resubmit the application again in September of 2020. Adam S. Minsky, Forbes, "Borrowers Face Huge Delays Applying For Student Loan Forgiveness Program," 11 Mar. 2021 In 1969, a hearing determined that no record of the original nomination could be found and directed the Army to resubmit it. New York Times, "A Black Soldier’s Heroism, Overlooked in 1965, May Finally Be Lauded in 2021," 15 Feb. 2021 Countries with pledges that already extended through 2030 could resubmit their old ones, while those that ended in 2025 had to be updated. Kate Aronoff, The New Republic, "The Paris Agreement Is Already Outdated," 27 Feb. 2021 The testimony by Biden’s pick for the CIA comes a day after Republican Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida, Rob Portman of Ohio, and Chuck Grassley of Iowa asked Biden to resubmit the Trump-era proposal on Confucius Institutes. Jerry Dunleavy, Washington Examiner, "Biden CIA nominee says he would shut Chinese Confucius Institutes down if he was a university president," 24 Feb. 2021 Koch may be able to resubmit his proposal for a full vote next month. Nic Garcia, Dallas News, "Dallas County aims to right COVID vaccine distribution with these steps," 27 Jan. 2021

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First Known Use of resubmit

1604, in the meaning defined above

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18 Apr 2021

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“Resubmit.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/resubmit. Accessed 20 Apr. 2021.

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