endorsement collocations and examples

 UK /ɪnˈdɔː(r)smənt/

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an occasion when someone gives public support to someone or something


Adjectives frequently used with endorsement
strong: clear, enthusiastic, full, glowing, overwhelming, positive, resounding, ringing, strong, wholeheartedIt cannot be said to be a ringing endorsement of the party’s policies.official: formal, officialIt was an initial step in the process of gaining official endorsement for reform.
Verbs frequently used with endorsement
mean that an endorsement exists: constitute, imply, indicate, representA link from this website to another does not imply an endorsement of that site or its contents.get an endorsement: gain, get, obtain, receive, secure, winOur courses have received endorsements from many professional bodies.give an endorsement: dispense, give, provideThe Chancellor gave his wholehearted endorsement to the project.have an endorsement: enjoy, haveThe pipeline didn’t have official US endorsement.
 
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