- v. transitive To submit again.
- v. submit (information) again to a program or automatic system
“I usually get revise and resubmit, which is a lot of work, but I always take R&R as good news, because I can revise based on feedback.”
“So perhaps it should have come as no surprise that this week, Fiore got a call from Apple executive Richard Chipman, inviting him to "resubmit" his iPhone app, the SFGate. com animator says.”
“Late last week, Apple contacted Fiore and invited him to "resubmit" his app.”
“Thanks, Beth, but it occurred to me on re-reading that the original version is a bit ambiguous in the 'resubmit' department.”
“AstraZeneca withdrew its application to the reimbursement authorities and said it would resubmit more data later.”
“I had to write a 350-word afterword for my story “The Fingernail Test” that discussed why I chose the urban legend for the story, and I had two short stories that I needed to resubmit.”
“It was a critique and an offer to reread the poem if I cared to make some changes and resubmit.”
“The odd situation resulted from a compromise after Senate Republicans threatened to force Obama to resubmit a batch of nominations - which would mean requiring new hearings for each one.”
“He said the bank plans to resubmit corrected documents within several weeks.”
“Obama has to decide then whether to resubmit his name or propose a new nominee.”
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