an act of giving your approval or support to someone or something, especially in public; a recommendation of a product in an advertisement The Queen's endorsement for Tesco is as near to a royal warrant as you can get.
the action of signing a cheque, bill of exchange or other negotiable instrument to make it payable to another person or cashable by any person; the signature itself A blank endorsement consists of nothing but a signature and allows any party in possession of the endorsed item to execute a claim.
an amendment to an insurance policy After five years of litigation NAICO sent Rapid a letter denying coverage on the basis of an exclusion in the self-insured retention endorsement.
- (DATED) indorsement
- Knowles has expanded her career to acting and product endorsement.
- This should not be considered an endorsement.
- The politician was thankful for the mayor's endorsement.
- The endorsement of the check transferred all rights in the check to a third party.
- In the UK, an official record on a driving licence that the driver has been found guilty of driving in an illegal way is also known as an endorsement.