Definition of endorse
- endorse an idea
- endorse a mayoral candidate
- shoes endorsed by a pro basketball player
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.
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First Known Use: 1581See Words from the same year
go in for, go to bat for, hold a brief for, stand up for, stick up for;
: to publicly or officially say that you support or approve of (someone or something)
: to publicly say that you like or use (a product or service) in exchange for money
: to write your name on the back of (a check)
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