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endorsee

[ en-dawr-see, en-dawr-, en-dawr-see ]
/ ɛn dɔrˈsi, ˌɛn dɔr-, ɛnˈdɔr si /
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noun

a person to whom a negotiable document is endorsed.
a candidate or applicant who is endorsed by a person or group.

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Also in·dor·see [in-dawr-see, in-dawr-, in-dawr-see] /ɪn dɔrˈsi, ˌɪn dɔr-, ɪnˈdɔr si/ .

Origin of endorsee

First recorded in 1760–70; endorse + -ee
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British Dictionary definitions for endorsee

endorsee

indorsee

/ (ɪnˌdɔːˈsiː, ˌɛndɔː-) /

noun

the person in whose favour a negotiable instrument is endorsed
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