endorse

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To write one's signature on the back of a cheque when transferring it to a third party, or cashing it
to support, to back, to give one's approval to, especially officially or by signature
To give or receive an endorsement
{f} approve, sanction; sign one's name (on the back of a check, etc.)
Signing the back of the check; thus ownership is transferred to another
To sign one's name on a document to authorize its content or transfer
be behind; approve of; "He plumped for the Labor Party"; "I backed Kennedy in 1960"
Same as Indorse
to support, to back, to give ones approval to, especially officially or by signature
A subordinary, resembling the pale, but of one fourth its width (according to some writers, one eighth)
If you endorse a product or company, you appear in advertisements for it. The twins endorsed a line of household cleaning products
To sign the back of a cheque in order to cash it
>> The act of a payee or holder of a note, bill, check or other negotiable instrument, of assigning and transferring said instrument to another by signing the back of the instrument, with or without qualifications
Signing the back of a document with the intent of transferring to the party taking the document all rights that possession of such document gives
To sign the back of a check to receive payment
If someone's driving licence is endorsed, an official record is made on it that they have been found guilty of a driving offence. For failing to report the accident, his licence was endorsed He also had his licence endorsed with eight penalty points
To sign one's name as a payee on the back of a check
of documents or cheques
give support or one's approval to; "I'll second that motion"; "I can't back this plan"; "endorse a new project"
To make over to another party the value represented in a check, bill, note or the like, by inscribing one's name on the back of the document
to sign the back of a cheque to confirm or transfer its ownership to someone else
To write ones signature on the back of a cheque when transferring it to a third party, or cashing it
When you endorse a cheque, you write your name on the back of it so that it can be paid into someone's bank account. The payee of the cheque must endorse the cheque
(Same as Indorse ) To sign one's signature on the back of a paper or document, such as a check
To sign your name on the back of a check in order to cash it or deposit it
One of the diminutives of the pale, being one-eighth the breadth of that ordinary The endorse is used only in pairs - one on each side of the pale This subordinary, like the pallet, was unknown in ancient heraldry
To sign the back of a check made out to you so that you can get the check amount in cash The simplest endorsement is to sign your name exactly as it appears on the "payee" line If instead of getting cash, you want to give the check to someone else, you can endorse it with the note: "Pay to the order of (the other person's name) "
to sign the back of a cheque to confirm or transfer its ownership to someone else equity the amount of an asset actually owned
If you endorse someone or something, you say publicly that you support or approve of them. I can endorse their opinion wholeheartedly
guarantee as meeting a certain standard; "certified grade AAA meat"
endorse a bill
approve or give sanction to a proposal for a law
endorse a policy
approve a plan of action; support a plan of action
endorse in blank
sign over a bill or check with no monetary sum indicated
endorsee
The person to whom something is transferred by endorsement
-endorse
certify: guarantee as meeting a certain standard; "certified grade AAA meat"
-endorse
>> The act of a payee or holder of a note, bill, check or other negotiable instrument, of assigning and transferring said instrument to another by signing the back of the instrument, with or without qualifications
-endorse
To sign your name on the back of a check in order to cash it or deposit it
-endorse
To sign the back of a check made out to you so that you can get the check amount in cash The simplest endorsement is to sign your name exactly as it appears on the "payee" line If instead of getting cash, you want to give the check to someone else, you can endorse it with the note: "Pay to the order of (the other person's name) "
-endorse
(Same as Indorse ) To sign one's signature on the back of a paper or document, such as a check
-endorse
To sign one's name on a document to authorize its content or transfer
-endorse
To sign one's name as a payee on the back of a check
-endorse
To make over to another party the value represented in a check, bill, note or the like, by inscribing one's name on the back of the document
-endorse
second: give support or one's approval to; "I'll second that motion"; "I can't back this plan"; "endorse a new project"
-endorse
Signing the back of the check; thus ownership is transferred to another
-endorse
To sign the back of a check to receive payment
-endorse
to sign the back of a cheque to confirm or transfer its ownership to someone else
-endorse
To sign the back of a cheque in order to cash it
-endorse
Signing the back of a document with the intent of transferring to the party taking the document all rights that possession of such document gives
-endorse
to sign the back of a cheque to confirm or transfer its ownership to someone else equity the amount of an asset actually owned
-endorse
One of the diminutives of the pale, being one-eighth the breadth of that ordinary The endorse is used only in pairs - one on each side of the pale This subordinary, like the pallet, was unknown in ancient heraldry
-endorse
back: be behind; approve of; "He plumped for the Labor Party"; "I backed Kennedy in 1960"
-endorse
of documents or cheques
To endorse
indorse
endorsable
{s} can be endorsed; can be signed (such as a check or bill); approvable
endorsed
past of endorse
endorsed
formally supported especially by public statement
endorsee
{i} one to whom a check or other bill is endorsed (also indorsee)
endorsee
Same as Indorsee
endorser
A person who signs ownership interest over to another party Contrast with co-maker
endorser
usually provided with a programmable ink-jet, provides a method of printing on scanned documents to ensure that all the pages are scanned Also provides a method to find specific pages
endorser
A person who signs over ownership of property to another party
endorser
A signer of a promissory note who is secondarily liable for a loan obligation, i e , who agrees to pay if the borrower does not
endorser
someone who expresses strong approval
endorser
A signer of a promissory note who is secondarily liable for a loan obligation, i e , who agrees to pay if the borrower does not A lender may require a PLUS borrower with adverse credit to obtain a creditworthy endorser in order to receive the loan
endorser
A person who signs ownership interest over to another party
endorser
The person who has endorsed a check
endorser
a person who transfers his ownership interest in something by signing a check or negotiable security
endorser
- someone who signs their ownership interest over to another party
endorser
The person who signs a document to represent the transfer of property to another
endorser
{i} one who signs a document (as in a check or bill); one who supports or approves (also indorser)
endorser
A person who signs ownership interest over to another party Contrast with co-borrower
endorser
An individual who signs a promissory note and agrees to repay the loan in the event that the borrower does not
endorser
A person who signs over their property to another person
endorser
one to whom ownership of a negotiable document, such as a check, is transferred by endorsement
endorser
A person who endorses
endorser
Same as Indorser
endorses
third person singular of endorse
endorsing
present participle of endorse
endorsing
{i} approving, sanctioning; act of signing a document (such as a check or bill)
indorse
give support or one's approval to; "I'll second that motion"; "I can't back this plan"; "endorse a new project"
indorse
To write upon the back or outside of a paper or letter, as a direction, heading, memorandum, or address
indorse
another spelling of endorse
indorse
To write one's name, alone or with other words, upon the back of (a paper), for the purpose of transferring it, or to secure the payment of a note, draft, or the like; to guarantee the payment, fulfillment, performance, or validity of, or to certify something upon the back of (a check, draft, writ, warrant of arrest, etc
indorse
To give one's name or support to; to sanction; to aid by approval; to approve; as, to indorse an opinion
indorse
be behind; approve of; "He plumped for the Labor Party"; "I backed Kennedy in 1960"
indorse
{f} sign one's name (on the back of a check, etc.); approve, sanction (also endorse)
indorse
To cover the back of; to load or burden
indorse
of documents or cheques
indorse
guarantee as meeting a certain standard; "certified grade AAA meat"
indorsed
past of indorse
indorsed
{s} signed; sanctioned, approved
indorses
third-person singular of indorse
indorsing
present participle of indorse
endorse

    Heceleme

    en·dorse

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    endôrs

    Telaffuz

    /enˈdôrs/ /ɛnˈdɔːrs/

    Etimoloji

    [ in-dors, en- ] (transitive verb.) 1581. Alteration influenced by Medieval Latin indorsare of Middle English endosse, from Old French endosser (“to put on back”), from Latin dossum, alternative form of dorsum (“back”),“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 from which also dorsal (“of the back”). That is, the ‘r’ was dropped in Latin dossum, which developed into Old French and then Middle English endosse, and then the ‘r’ was re-introduced into English via the Medieval Latin indorsare, which had retained the ‘r’. Note that the alternative spelling indorse also uses the initial ‘i’ from Latin (in-, rather than en-), but this form is now rare.

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