When you are preparing for an exam like IELTS, TOEIC, or TOEFL, continuously building your vocabulary is essential to get the score you want. In this lesson, we’re going to look at the verb endorse and the other words in the same word family.
Endorse is a verb. Endorse means to declare or say your public support for something or someone.
- Over his career, Michael Jordan has endorsed many products, especially sneakers.
- Which candidate are you planning to endorse?
Endorsement is the noun form. Endorsement means the act of declaring or saying your public support for something or someone.
- Over his career, Michael Jordan has earned a lot of money from his endorsements.
- I am giving my endorsement to this candidate because of her strong commitment to funding education.
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