endorse

write one's name on the back of 
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endorse

[Verb] To say in public that you support someone or something.
Example: They endorsed a type of drink.
See also: endorsement
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endorse

[v] - of documents or cheques
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Endorse

En·dorse' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Endorsed ; present participle & verbal noun Endorsing .] [ Formerly endosse , from French endosser to put on the back, to endorse; prefix en- (L. in ) ...
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Endorse

En·dorse' noun (Her.) A subordinary, resembling the pale, but of one fourth its width (according to some writers, one eighth).
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endorse

indorse verb sign as evidence of legal transfer; `endorse cheques`
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Endorse

Transferring asset ownership by signing the back of the asset`s certificate.
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Endorse

• (n.) A subordinary, resembling the pale, but of one fourth its width (according to some writers, one eighth). • (v. t.) Same as Indorse.
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Endorse

In heraldry an endorse is a subordinary, resembling the pale, but of one quarter of its width.
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Endorse

(Indorse) v. 1) to sign one's name to the back of a check, bill of exchange or other negotiable instrument with the intention of making it cashable or transferable. 2) to pledge support to a program, proposal or candidate
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Endorse

A value determined within the context of a model. Related
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