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Significado de “endorsement” - Diccionario Inglés

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endorsementnoun

uk   /ɪnˈdɔːs.mənt/  us   /ɪnˈdɔːrs.mənt/
  • endorsement noun (APPROVAL)

[C or U] the ​act of saying that you ​approve of or ​support something or someone: The ​campaign hasn't ​received any ​political endorsements. He ​hoped to ​securequick endorsement of the ​plan from the ​president.
[C or U] the ​fact of a ​famouspersonappearing in an ​advertisement saying that they use and like a ​product: products that ​carry an endorsement from a ​celebrity
  • endorsement noun (DRIVING LICENCE)

[C] UK a ​mark on a drivinglicence that ​shows the ​driver is ​guilty of ​driving in an ​illegal way: He's got a ​couple of endorsements on his ​licence already.
(Definition of endorsement from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "endorsement" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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endorsementnoun

 us   /ɪnˈdɔr·smənt/
  • endorsement noun (SUPPORT)

[C/U] the ​act of making a ​publicstatement of ​yoursupport for something or someone: [U] Both ​candidates have been ​seeking the union’s endorsement.
[C/U] An endorsement is also a ​publicstatement, esp. by someone who is ​famous, that the ​person uses or ​likes a ​particularproduct: [C] Some ​athletes get ​contracts for ​product endorsements ​worth millions of ​dollars.
  • endorsement noun (SIGNATURE)

[C] the ​act of writing ​yourname on a ​check: The ​bank won’t take ​checks that have no endorsements.
(Definition of endorsement from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "endorsement" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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endorsementnoun

( US also indorsement) uk   us   /ɪnˈdɔːsmənt/
[C or U] (also product endorsement) MARKETING a ​statement made by someone in an ​advertisement, especially a well-known ​person, saying that they use and like a particular ​product: The ​company is considering other ​marketingtactics like celebrity endorsement and using cartoon ​characters to ​promoteproducts. Artists and athletes can ​earn a lot of from ​brands, film ​rights, product endorsements, and such things. an endorsement contract/deal The young swimmer has just ​signed a ​lucrative endorsement ​deal with a well-known swimwear ​maker.
[C or U] a ​publicstatement made by someone saying that they ​approve of or ​support someone or something: endorsement of sth The ​stockexchange was ​boosted by the ​central bank's endorsement of another ​interestratecut.a government/official/personal endorsement Federal ​regulators gave their ​official endorsement to a ​technologystandard for ​digital TV ​broadcasts, ​clearing the way for the next-generation of TV sets. a ringing/​strong/overwhelming endorsementendorsement by/from sb The ​plan, which would ​require endorsement by the ​federalgovernment, is unlikely to be ​approved in its ​currentform.
[C or U] BANKING the ​act of ​signing the back of a ​cheque, bill of ​exchange, etc. that has your ​name on it in ​order to give your ​permission for it to be ​paid to someone else: What are the ​regulations for ​cheque endorsements?
[C] INSURANCE a ​condition that is ​included in an ​insuranceagreement: A policy endorsement can be used to ​modify a ​currentpolicy without completely rewriting it.
(Definition of endorsement from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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