Definition of 'endorse'
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The boss pointedly does not endorse this view but admits the question is complex. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We tend to copy not only the products that celebrities endorse, but their actions too. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The best payers are the ones where you are in the picture and endorsing a product. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He had his taxi licence endorsed by the council. The Sun (2012)He said that the king would have endorsed the document with a seal. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was also criticised as irresponsible for endorsing a slimming product. The Sun (2015)Universities are issued with a licence to endorse visa applications when they are granted the status of highly trusted sponsor. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And companies paying athletes to endorse their products are far more sensitive today to public opinion when it comes to social issues. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The criticisms of these bodies were also endorsed this week by a committee of MPs and peers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The board unanimously endorsed this report, but the press laughed it off the table. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It also endorses agreement and monitoring of third-party protocols. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We are not endorsing the products of these companies, these products are endorsing us. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They look a little ridiculous now and so do the products they're endorsing. The Sun (2014)The district judge convicted him of speeding but said that she would neither endorse his licence, nor disqualify him. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I don't just stamp my name and endorse it. The Sun (2013)The EU is therefore right to endorse the official result. Times, Sunday Times (2008)As one who suffers from acute arthritis I can fully endorse this view. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Most of the other members of the royal family, whom he largely despised, could be coerced into endorsing the official line. BLOOD AGAINST THE SNOWS: The Tragic Story of Nepal's Royal Dynasty (2002)More than 14 per cent of the votes cast at the troubled fund manager's annual meeting refused to endorse its remuneration report. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She said: 'Any nomination will be seen either to endorse the official party preference or be a slap in the face for me. The Sun (2015)Sometimes the information is certified by a firm of accountants or investment bankers, who put their reputation on the line when they endorse a company 's report. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)
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British English: endorse VERB
If you endorse someone or something, you say publicly that you support or approve of them.
I can endorse their opinion wholeheartedly.
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