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endorse
ɛn'dɔːrs
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Sign as evidence of legal transfer.
  2. Guarantee as meeting a certain standard.
  3. Be behind; approve of.
  4. Give support or one's approval to.
Hyphenationen•dorse
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
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签署qiānshǔto sign (an agreement)
批注pīzhùto annotate; to add marginal comments on; criticism; marginalia
批准pīzhǔnto approve; to ratify
赞成zànchéngto approve; to endorse; (literary) to assist
推戴tuīdàito endorse (somebody for leader)
拥护yōnghù, yǒnghù (Tw)to endorse; to support
批转pīzhuǎnto approve and forward; to endorse; stamp "approved for distribution"
认同rèntóngto approve of; to endorse; to acknowledge; to recognize; to identify oneself with
赞同zàntóngto approve of; to endorse; (vote) in favor
审批shěnpīto examine and approve; to endorse
赞同zàntóngto approve of; to endorse; (vote) in favor
代言dàiyánto be a spokesperson; to be an ambassador (for a brand); to endorse
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