Translation of endorse in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (approve) I fully endorse that opinion1.2 (Politics) she has been endorsed by the mayorestoy totalmente de acuerdo con esa opinióncomparto totalmente esa opiniónha obtenido el refrendo del alcaldeExample sentences1.3
- I fully endorse calls for the public to rally behind the club for the sake of the province.
- He also endorsed the policy that public servants must enthusiastically support their Ministers in carrying out their programmes as long as they are in keeping with the law.
- I thank everyone who is supporting this part of the bill, and I fully endorse our support of it.
- In the past few years advertising and endorsing products has been a very lucrative way for Bollywood stars to earn some extra cash.
- Players are allowed to advertise or endorse products for material gain outside of the games.
- It does not recommend or endorse any specific product for environmental cleaning.
- 3(British English) (Cars, Law) (anotar los detalles de una infracción de tráfico en el permiso de conducir)Example sentences
- But in many cases the payee indorses the cheque even if it is collected for his own account.
- If he endorsed the cheques, what form did the endorsement take?
- The cheque was endorsed by Conroy and then given to him.
- Breckon's driving licence was also endorsed with five penalty points but he was not banned from the road.
- He was fined £300 with £200 costs and his driving licence was endorsed with ten penalty points.
- No separate penalty was imposed for the other driving offences though his licence was endorsed with the appropriate penalty points.
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