testimonial Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"testimonial" in British English

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testimonialnoun [C]

uk   /ˌtes.tɪˈməʊ.ni.əl/  us   /-ˈmoʊ-/
a ​statement about the ​character or ​qualities of someone or something formal or old-fashioned a ​formal written ​description of someone's ​character and ​qualities given by a ​previousemployer
(Definition of testimonial from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"testimonial" in Business English

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testimonialnoun

uk   us   /ˌtestɪˈməʊniəl/
[C] MARKETING a ​formal written ​statement about the ​qualities of a ​product or ​service: Financial ​Mailexposed the company's use of fake or ​doctored customer testimonials in ​advertising.a testimonial from sb Ask for testimonials from satisfied ​clients and ​post them on your ​website.
[C] HR a ​formal written description of someone's ​abilities, ​character, and ​qualities given by a previous ​employer: a testimonial from sb We have received a glowing testimonial from her ​formeremployer.
[C or U] proof that something exists or is ​true: be a testimonial to sth The ​achievement of ​recordprofits is a testimonial to better ​financialmanagement in recent ​years.
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(Definition of testimonial from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “testimonial”
in Chinese (Simplified) 证明信,介绍信, (以前雇主写的)推荐书…
in Chinese (Traditional) 證明信,介紹信, (以前僱主寫的)推薦書…
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