- declare one's public approval or support of；recommend (a product) in an advertisement
verb: endorse, 3rd person present: endorses, gerund or present participle: endorsing, past tense: endorsed, past participle: endorsed
- 1. declare one's public approval or support of the report was endorsed by the college
- ▪ recommend (a product) in an advertisement he earns more money endorsing sports clothes than playing football 同義詞 反義詞
- 2. sign (a cheque or bill of exchange) on the back to make it payable to someone other than the stated payee or to accept responsibility for paying it. 同義詞
- ▪ write (a comment) on a document the speed and accuracy achieved will be endorsed on the certificate
- 3. (in the UK) mark (a driving licence) with the penalty points given as a punishment for a driving offence his licence was endorsed with five points she's had her licence endorsed
- 4. (in South Africa under apartheid) order a black person to leave an urban area for failing to meet certain requirements of the Native Laws Amendment Act a further 500,000 had been endorsed out of urban areas under the pass laws
- declare one's public approval or support of: the report was endorsed by the college
Oxford American Dictionary
...可能會牽涉到整個句子的文法 不是把單字換過就好了 這點要稍微注意 但如果 endorse是用來表示標記的話 則無法帶入advocate. e.g I have endorsed this...
endorse (v.) - say in an advertisement that one uses and approves of (支持一個...代言) Ex: The basketball player earned large amount of money by endorsing sportswear and equipment. 那個籃球選手靠代言運動服裝和器材賺了很多錢.
1. 如果你把[endorse]解釋為"同意/簽署", 的確不適合用進行式 - 除非要表達"即將"...request sends out a clearer message that the President is endorsing the Treaty. http://126.96.36.199/search?q=cache:7lzXEBxLcEAJ:www...