endorse : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be behind; approve of
- v give support or one's approval to
endorse a new project
- v guarantee as meeting a certain standard
- v sign as evidence of legal transfer
- The race now moves to the house of labor, where a committee of the AFL-CIO could vote to endorse one of the candidates on Tuesday.
- On behalf of my family and hard-working families all across Texas and America, it is a privilege for me to endorse Barack Obama for President.
- Giuliani to endorse McCain Wednesday in California .
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in New York Daily News
I congratulate him on the victory he has won and the extraordinary race he has run,Clinton said. "I endorse him and throw my full support behind him. And I ask all of you to join me in working as hard for Barack Obama as you have for me."
- Nicolas Sarkozy in Washington Post
We totally endorse and support America's new strategy in Afghanistan,Sarkozy said a joint news conference with Obama after they met.
- Tony Blair in BBC News
As someone who has known him for over 20 years as a friend and a colleague, he can make a real difference to this country for the better and for the good. I wish him well and, as I say, I'm delighted to support him and endorse him fully,adds...