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sub-mittō (summ-) mīsī, missus, ere,

to let down, put down, lower, sink, drop: se ad pedes, L.: latus in herbā, O.: poplitem in terrā, O.—Of animals, to keep for breeding, cause to breed: (pullos) in spem gentis, V.: vitulos pecori habendo, V.—To let grow: crinem barbamque, Ta.—To breed, produce: non Monstrum submisere Colchi Maius, H.—To provide a substitute for, supersede: huic vos non summittetis?To send privately, despatch secretly: iste ad pupillae matrem summittebat, sent a secret message: alqm, qui moneret, etc.—To send as aid, furnish for support, supply as reinforcement, help with, yield: cohortes equitibus praesidio, Cs.: laborantibus, Cs.: Vinea summittit capreas non semper edules, H.—Fig., to lower, make lower, reduce, moderate: multum summittere, to moderate the voice (of an actor): furorem, control, V.—To lower, let down, bring down, humble, yield, surrender: se in amicitiā, condescend: se in humilitatem causam dicentium, stoop, L.: facilitas summittentis se, readiness to subordinate himself, L.: ad calamitates animos, bow, L.: animos amori, surrender, V.: se culpae, O.

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