Definition Of endorses

verb

declare one's public approval or support of.

the report was endorsed by the college

sign (a check or bill of exchange) on the back to make it payable to someone other than the stated payee or to accept responsibility for paying it.

But in many cases the payee indorses the cheque even if it is collected for his own account.

Example Of endorses

  • After all, I got similar responses in the '90s when we endorsed Bill Clinton.

  • Already, more than a quarter of a million people have discovered the thrill of this computer game, and we expect exciting growth over the next several months as these passionate endorsers share their experiences with friends and family.

  • And in any case, celebs invariably endorse several products at the same time and hence are not strongly associated with any one brand.

  • And she is doing it all, from endorsing products, appearing on TV shows to walking the ramp at fashion shows.

  • Anyone new to the debate on the education bill recently endorsed by the legislature may be forgiven for thinking that the issue was about religion, not education, given the main controversy surrounding it.


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