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endorse

US [ɪnˈdɔrs]
UK [ɪnˈdɔː(r)s]
  • v.支持;背书;(在广告中)宣传;(在驾驶执照上)记录违章事项
  • Web赞同;认可;签署
Simple Present:endorses  Present Participle:endorsing  Past Tense:endorsed  
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v.
1.
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(公开)赞同,支持,认可to say publicly that you support a person, statement or course of action
I wholeheartedly endorse his remarks.
我真诚地赞同他的话。
Members of all parties endorsed a ban on land mines.
各党派成员都赞同禁用地雷。
2.
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(在广告中)宣传,代言(某一产品)to say in an advertisement that you use and like a particular product so that other people will want to buy it
3.
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(在支票背面)签名,背书to write your name on the back of a cheque so that it can be paid into a bank account
4.
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(在驾驶执照上)记录违章事项to write details of a driving offence on sb's driving licence
You risk having your licence endorsed.
你这样做驾照可能被记录违章。

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