endorsed, past tense; endorses, 3rd person singular present; endorsed, past participle; indorsed, past participle; endorsing, present participle; indorses, 3rd person singular present; indorsed, past tense; indorsing, present participle;
Declare one's public approval or support of
the report was endorsed by the college
Recommend (a product) in an advertisement
Sign (a check 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
Write (a comment) on the front or back of a document
back: be behind; approve of; "He plumped for the Labor Party"; "I backed Kennedy in 1960"
second: give support or one's approval to; "I'll second that motion"; "I can't back this plan"; "endorse a new project"
certify: guarantee as meeting a certain standard; "certified grade AAA meat"
sign as evidence of legal transfer; "endorse cheques"
(endorsement) a promotional statement (as found on the dust jackets of books); "the author got all his friends to write blurbs for his book"
(endorsement) second: a speech seconding a motion; "do I hear a second?"
(Endorsement (advertising)) In promotion and of advertising, a testimonial or show consists of a written or spoken statement, sometimes from a person figure, sometimes from a private citizen, extolling the virtue of some product. ...
to support, to back, to give one's approval to, especially officially or by signature; To write one's signature on the back of a cheque when transferring it to a third party, or cashing it; To give or receive an endorsement
(endorsement) The act or quality of endorsing; An amendment or added notation to an insurance contract or other official document (such as a driving licence); An instructor's signed acknowledgement of time practising specific flying skills; Permission to carry out a specific skill or ...
(Endorsed) Recognized and officiated in correct WFJF standing but not hosted or organized by the WFJF.
(Endorsed) a statement placed on a document (eg a licence or registration papers).
(Endorsement) An amendment added to a written document, particularly an agreement between parties, altering its provisions.
(Endorsement) Writing one's name, either with or without additional words, on a negotiable instrument, or on a paper attached to it.
(Endorsement) An additional piece of paper, not a part of the original contract, which cites certain terms and which, when attached to the original contract, becomes a legal part of that contract.
(Endorsement) An authorized marking on a mailpiece that shows handling instructions, a service, or a request for an ancillary service.
(Endorsement) The transfer of the right to obtain delivery of the goods of the carrier by means of the consignee's signature on the reverse side of a bill of lading. ...
(Endorsement) A document with additional terms that is made part of a title policy.
(Endorsement) A written agreement attached to a policy expanding or limiting the benefits otherwise payable under the policy. Same as a "rider."
(Endorsement) A form issued by the insurer at the request of the insured which changes terms or items in an issued title insurance policy or commitment.
(Endorsement) documentary evidence of some alteration to a policy of insurance.
(Endorsement) The act of signing a name on the back of a check or promissory note to evidence its transfer; also, a written document attached to an insurance policy expanding or limiting coverage.
An endorsement is the subject area in which a certified teacher is authorized to teach.
(Endorsement) Use of the parent brand identity to support and add credibility to an allied offer. Implies subordinate emphasis of the parent to a sub-brand, though relative emphasis will vary case-by-case.
(Endorsement) Any alteration to your Policy wording.
(Endorsement) means a notation on or attachment to a certificate issued to a teacher, which specifies the grades, and subject area for which the certificate is valid.