endorse definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to create one's signature on the straight back of (a check, including) as proof of the appropriate transfer of its ownership, particularly in return for cash or credit suggested on its face.
    • to put (one's trademark), because on a contract, to point approval of their articles or terms.
    • To acknowledge (bill of payment) by signing a bill, draft, or other tool.
    • to offer endorsement of or support to, specially by community statement; sanction: endorse a political applicant. See Synonyms at approve.
    • Same as indorse.
    • to create an individual's trademark regarding back of (a check, including) as evidence of the appropriate transfer of their ownership, especially in return for money or credit suggested on its face.
    • to position (one's signature), because on a contract, to point approval of its items or terms.
    • To recognize (bill of payment) by signing a bill, draft, or any other tool.
    • to offer approval of or help to, specially by public statement; sanction: promote a political prospect. See Synonyms at approve.
    • identical to indorse.
    • To write an individual's trademark on the back of (a check, including) as evidence of the appropriate transfer of its ownership, especially in return for cash or credit suggested on its face.
    • to put (one's trademark), as on an agreement, to indicate approval of its contents or terms.
    • To recognize (bill of payment) by signing a bill, draft, or other tool.
    • to offer endorsement of or support to, specifically by community declaration; sanction: promote a political candidate. See Synonyms at approve.
    • Same as indorse.
  • verb:
    • to guide, to right back, to provide an individual's endorsement to, especially officially or by trademark.
    • to create your signature from the straight back of a cheque, or other negotiable instrument, whenever transferring it to a third party, or cashing it.
    • To give an endorsement.
    • present assistance or a person's endorsement to
    • guarantee as satisfying a specific standard
    • sign as evidence of legal transfer
    • be at the rear of; approve of
    • to guide, to right back, to offer your endorsement to, specifically officially or by signature.
    • to create a person's trademark from the straight back of a cheque, or other negotiable instrument, when transferring it to a third party, or cashing it.
    • to offer an endorsement.
    • give support or your approval to
    • guarantee as fulfilling a certain standard
    • indication as proof of appropriate transfer
    • be behind; approve of
    • to aid, to straight back, to offer an individual's approval to, particularly officially or by signature.
    • to create a person's signature on the back of a cheque, or other negotiable tool, whenever transferring it to an authorized, or cashing it.
    • to offer an endorsement.
    • give support or one's approval to
    • guarantee as fulfilling a certain standard
    • sign as proof of appropriate transfer
    • be at the rear of; approve of
  • noun:
    • A diminutive associated with the pale, typically appearing in sets on either side of a pale.
    • A subordinary, resembling the pale, but of 1 4th its width (relating to some writers, one eighth).
    • A diminutive associated with the pale, usually showing up in pairs on either side of a pale.
    • A subordinary, resembling the pale, but of just one fourth its width (according to some article writers, one eighth).
    • A diminutive of the pale, often appearing in pairs on either part of a pale.
    • A subordinary, resembling the pale, but of 1 fourth its width (based on some article authors, one eighth).

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