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seal of approval

a ​statement or ​sign that someone in an ​importantpositionapproves of something: The ​mayor has given the ​proposal her seal of ​approval.
(Definition of seal of approval from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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seal of approvalnoun [S]

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COMMERCE a ​mark or ​symbol on a ​product showing that it has been ​tested by an ​officialorganization, and has been ​found to be of the ​rightstandard: Firms that ​comply will be ​eligible for a ​seal of ​approval on their ​products.
a ​statement or ​sign that someone in an important ​positionapproves of something: be given/get a seal of approval The new guidelines were given the ​seal of ​approval by the ​director of the ​IMF.
(Definition of seal of approval from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “seal of approval”
in Chinese (Simplified) 官方批准,正式批准…
in Chinese (Traditional) 官方批准,正式批准…
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