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1. To sign a legal document, such as a check. See also endorsement and endorser.
2. To back or support a plan, idea, or person. "He endorsed the Democratic Presidential candidate because he agreed with his public policy views." "She endorsed the project her boss proposed and pushed to get it approved by their superiors."

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The one great job for athletes after they retire is to endorse products, and hopefully they even like the products they're recommending to others.
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I suggest you endorse the check before going to the bank to have a smooth operating procedure for dealing with the bank regularly.
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All NASCAR drivers are endorsed by multiple companies, some notable ones being Budweiser, Lowe's, Target, the Home Depot and Best Buy.
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