Immigration endorsements on a passport.
- When a famous athlete announces that he wears a certain brand of sneakers, this is an example of an endorsement for the sneaker brand.
- An example of an endorsement is when you sign the back of check, telling the bank that you give your approval for the check to be cashed.
- the act of endorsing something
- something written in endorsing; specif.,
- the signature of a payee on the back of a check, note, etc.
- a change, as of coverage or beneficiary, written on or added to an insurance policy
- a statement endorsing a person, product, etc., as in an advertisement
Origin of endorsementMiddle English endosement
- The act of endorsing.
- The signature on a check, contract, instrument, or other document endorsing it.
- Approbation; sanction; support: The candidates competed for the union's endorsement.
- An amendment or addition to an insurance policy, as to cover special circumstances.
- The act or quality of endorsing
- The association announced its endorsement of the policy.
- The bank required that cheque endorsement be witnessed by a cashier.
- Companies sometimes pay millions for product endorsement by celebrities.
- An amendment or added notation to an insurance contract or other official document (such as a driving licence).
- Mr. Jones paid extra for the flood damage endorsement on his house insurance.
- (aviation) An instructor's signed acknowledgement of time practising specific flying skills.
- Once she obtained the endorsement of her night flying hours, Joanna was approved to take the pilot's examination.
- (education, certification) Permission to carry out a specific skill or application in a field in which the practitioner already has a general licence.
- Wanted: Accredited teacher with Grade 12 mathematics endorsement.
- To transport gasoline, truckers must have a valid licence and the hazardous materials endorsement.
- Sponsorship, in means of money, by a company, business or enterprise.
- After the Olympics, he was hoping to get an endorsement deal.
- Support from an important, renowned figure of a media (celebrity, politics, sports, etc.), to get back up.
- I'm not sure whether an endorsement from Donald Trump will help or hurt.
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endorsement - Legal Definition