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Main Entry: 1re·mit
Pronunciation: ri-primarystressmit
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): re·mit·ted; re·mit·ting
1 a : to release from the guilt or penalty of : PARDON <remit sins> b : to keep from demanding or calling for <remit a penalty>
2 : to give over for consideration, judgment, decision, or action <remit the proposal to a special committee>
3 : to send money especially in payment
4 : to lessen in intensity or severity often temporarily : MODERATE <the fever had remitted>
- re·mit·ment /-primarystressmit-mschwant/ noun
- re·mit·ta·ble /-primarystressmit-schwa-bschwal/ adjective
- re·mit·ter noun

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