Definitions for endorse
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word endorse.
back, endorse, indorse, plump for, plunk for, supportverb
be behind; approve of
"He plumped for the Labor Party"; "I backed Kennedy in 1960"
second, back, endorse, indorseverb
give support or one's approval to
"I'll second that motion"; "I can't back this plan"; "endorse a new project"
certify, endorse, indorseverb
guarantee as meeting a certain standard
"certified grade AAA meat"
sign as evidence of legal transfer
A diminutive of the pale, usually appearing in pairs on either side of a pale.
To support, to back, to give one's approval to, especially officially or by signature.
To write one's signature on the back of a cheque, or other negotiable instrument, when transferring it to a third party, or cashing it.
To give an endorsement.
To receive an endorsement.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: endosser, French; dorsum, Latin.
A French gentleman speaking with an English of the law salique, the English said that was meant of the women themselves, not of males claiming by women. The French gentleman said, where do you find that gloss? The English answered, look on the backside of the record of the law salique, and there you shall find it endorsed. Francis Bacon, Apophth.
Upon credential letters was endorsed this superscription, To the king who hath the sun for his helmet. James Howell, Vocal Forr.
All the letters I can find of your’s I have fastened in a folio cover, and the rest in bundles endorsed. Jonathan Swift, to Pope.
Chariots, or elephants endors’d with tow’rs
Of archers. John Milton, Paradise Regain’d, b. iii. l. 329.
same as Indorse
a subordinary, resembling the pale, but of one fourth its width (according to some writers, one eighth)
Etymology: [Formerly endosse, fr. F. endosser to put on the back, to endorse; pref. en- (L. in) + dos back, L. dorsum. See Dorsal, and cf. Indorse.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
en-dors′, Indorse, in-, v.t. to write one's name on the back of: to assign by writing on the back of: to give one's sanction to: to lay on the back, to load.—adj. Endors′able.—ns. Endorsēē′, the person to whom a bill, &c., is assigned by endorsement; Endorse′ment, act of endorsing: that which is written on a bill: sanction; Endors′er. [Changed from M. E. endosse under the influence of Low L. indorsāre—in, on, dorsum, the back.]
Endorse enables consumer product companies to market at the individual shopper level and shoppers to earn rewards for staying loyal to their favorite brands. Endorse closes the online-to-offline purchase loop and ties an online brand to proven retail sales in the real world, whenever and wherever people shop.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'endorse' in Verbs Frequency: #824
The numerical value of endorse in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of endorse in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
The nearest-term issuesThings may not have been blown up on Monday, but there are still very real issues that need to be resolved -- and quickly.There are intensive negotiations to find a compromise on prescription drugs -- something left out of Biden's framework -- that can make its way into the package. This is a huge issue for House Democrats, who know it polls extremely well and has also been a long-standing commitment for the party.But the opposition of a handful of House House Democrats and Sinema have limited the scope and scale of the initial ambitions.Still, for a few days it appeared it would be scrapped altogether. Then House Democrats launched frenzied behind-the-scenes negotiations to try and thread the needle. Those are still ongoing.Democratic leaders also have to address immigration, which a handful of House Democrats have also said must be addressed to secure House Democrats votes. Senate rules have limited -- if not outright killed -- most ambitions on this front. But leaders know they need some kind of resolution here.And finally, Manchin's full-throated view that Senator Manchin needs to see scores in order to vote on any final proposal isn't exclusive to him.There are a group of moderate House House Democrats who share that view and have communicated it with leadership, according to two sources.Given how quickly Democratic leaders want to move, that stance makes things more complicated.Remember : House Speaker Nancy Pelosi can only afford to lose three House Democrats. There is virtually no margin for error and a number of real issues to resolve -- and fast. Another under-appreciated outstanding issueProgressives may now be willing to move forward without explicit assurances from centrist senators, but moderate Democrats have been clear for weeks they don't want to vote on anything that will then be changed in the Senate. With Senator Manchin making clear there's still a long way to go with Senator Manchin, this is an issue that needs to be reconciled.About the Senator Manchin remarksCNN reported that Senator Manchin had been frustrated that House Democrats were trying to get Senator Manchin to make a clear endorsement of the $ 1.75 trillion framework -- and Senator Manchin wanted to make clear where Senator Manchin stood as Senator Manchin was getting lobbied to back adding more social programs to the plan, according to a source familiar with Senator Manchin thinking. Senator Manchin also had grown angry that progressives thought they had leverage over Senator Manchin to back the $ 1.75 trillion social safety net expansion plan if they withheld their support for the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, the source said. Senator Manchin, the source said, also didn't like last-minute changes being made to the social safety net proposal. In short, Senator Manchin didn't want to get jammed into supporting something Senator Manchin was far from ready to endorse.The White House viewAbout 20 minutes after Senator Manchin concluded Senator Manchin remarks, White House press secretary Jen Psaki released this statement :.
Mark Sanford has been very unhelpful to me in my campaign to [make America great again], he is MIA and nothing but trouble. He is better off in Argentina. I fully endorse Katie Arrington for Congress in SC, a state I love. She is tough on crime and will continue our fight to lower taxes.
All have been situations where there were opportunities for improvement and questions being asked about what the company can do to create value for all stakeholders, what has changed is that now managers have started to listen. We like to get the board to endorse us.
But even if it were my religion, I would not want my tax dollars used to endorse it.
To just endorse their re-election every year sends the wrong message.
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- джиросвам, потвърждавамBulgarian
- অনুমোদন, সমর্থন, দলিলের পশ্চাতে নাম সহিBengali
- empfehlen, unterstützen, bestätigenGerman
- approuver, soutenir, endosserFrench
- ondersteunen, aanbevelen, bevestigen, goedkeurenDutch
- podpisać sięPolish
- stå bakom, skriva under, ställa sig bakom, signera, undertekna, stödjaSwedish
- tasvip etmek, desteklemek, havâle etmek, imzâlamak, cirolamak, onaylamakTurkish
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