endorsement

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ɪnˈdɔːrsmənt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ɛnˈdɔrsmənt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(en dôrsmənt)


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endorsement

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [bank, product, proposal] endorsement
  2. a [signed, written, personal] endorsement
  3. endorsements from [party, industry] leaders
  4. is [fighting, campaigning, vying] for the [Democratic, Republican] endorsement
  5. endorsements from her [boss, peers, coworkers]
  6. [promised, gave] (full) endorsement to
  7. [promised] his full endorsement of
  8. has the full endorsement of the [board, public, members, company, government]
  9. has been given the [company's, senator's] (full) endorsement
  10. use [celebrity, athlete, star] endorsements
  11. [seek, consider, hire] [celebrities] for endorsements
  12. [celebrity] endorsements [for, of] brands
  13. the [celebrity's] latest endorsement
  14. has [earned, made] millions from endorsements
  15. (the plan) has [won, gained, earned] the government's endorsement
  16. received [overwhelming, unanimous, complete] endorsement
  17. an endorsement may be [needed, required] (to)
  18. UK: [issued, got] a driving licence endorsement for [speeding, running a red light]
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