Endorse - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɪnˈdɔːrs|  American pronunciation of the word endorse
Brit.  |ɪnˈdɔːs|  British pronunciation of the word endorse


- be behind; approve of (syn: back, indorse, support)
- give support or one's approval to(syn: back, indorse, second)

endorse a new project

- guarantee as meeting a certain standard (syn: certify, indorse)
- sign as evidence of legal transfer(syn: indorse)

endorse cheques


The newspaper has endorsed the conservative candidate for mayor.

We do not endorse their position.

She endorses a line of clothing.

That brand of sneaker is endorsed by several basketball stars.

You must endorse the check before you deposit it in the bank.

The Prime Minister is unlikely to endorse this view.

the official endorsement of his candidacy

The report was endorsed.

It is endorsed by public opinion

...the kind of gross misconduct that could result in the defeasance of the athlete's contract to endorse their products...

The payee must endorse the back of the check.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: endorse
he/she/it: endorses
present participle: endorsing
past tense: endorsed
past participle: endorsed
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