recommend


recommend
I verb acclaim, advance, advise, advocate, applaud, approbate, approve, back, be satisfied with, celebrate, commend, commendare, compliment, counsel, countenance, direct, endorse, esteem, exalt, exhort, extol, favor, give credit, glorify, guarantee, guide, instruct, laud, lend approval, lend support, make desirable, make preferable, move, persuade, praise, prescribe, present as worthy, prize, probare, promote, prompt, propose, ratify, sanction, second, speak highly of, speak well of, stand by, suggest, support, think highly of, uphold, urge, value, vouch for II index admonish (advise), advise, advocate, authorize, bestow, coax, counsel, countenance, exhort, incite, indorse, instruct (direct), offer (propose), prefer, prompt, propose, propound, refer (send for action), urge

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  • recommend — rec‧om‧mend [ˌrekəˈmend] verb [transitive] 1. to advise someone to do something, especially because you have special knowledge of a situation or subject: • Most brokers are recommending that investors take some cash out of money funds. 2. to say… …   Financial and business terms

  • recommend — In addition to its familiar constructions with a direct object + to infinitive (I recommend you to control your temper) and with a that clause (We recommend that you stay at the local hotel), recommend is one of a class of verbs, once dwindling… …   Modern English usage

  • recommend — [rek΄ə mend′] vt. [ME recomenden < ML recommendare: see RE & COMMEND] 1. to give in charge; commit; entrust [recommended to our care] 2. to suggest favorably as suited for some use, function, position, etc. [to recommend a book, a doctor,… …   English World dictionary

  • recommend — ► VERB 1) put forward with approval as being suitable for a purpose or role. 2) advise as a course of action. 3) make appealing or desirable: the house had much to recommend it. DERIVATIVES recommendable adjective recommendation noun …   English terms dictionary

  • Recommend — Rec om*mend (r?k ?m*m?nd ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Recommended}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Recommending}.] [Pref. re + commend: cf. F. recommander.] 1. To commend to the favorable notice of another; to commit to another s care, confidence, or acceptance,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • recommend — (v.) late 14c., praise, present as worthy, from M.L. recommendare (early 13c.), from L. re , intensive prefix, + commendare commit to one s care, commend (see COMMEND (Cf. commend)). Related: Recommended; recommending …   Etymology dictionary

  • recommend — *commend, compliment, applaud Analogous words: *approve, endorse, sanction: *praise, extol, acclaim …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • recommend — [v] advise, approve acclaim, advance, advocate, applaud, back, be all for*, be satisfied with, celebrate, commend, compliment, confirm, counsel, endorse, enjoin, esteem, eulogize, exalt, exhort, extol, favor, front for*, glorify, go on record… …   New thesaurus

  • recommend — rec|om|mend W2S3 [ˌrekəˈmend] v [T] 1.) to advise someone to do something, especially because you have special knowledge of a situation or subject recommend (that) ▪ I recommend that you get some professional advice. ▪ Doctors strongly recommend… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • recommend */*/*/ — UK [ˌrekəˈmend] / US verb [transitive] Word forms recommend : present tense I/you/we/they recommend he/she/it recommends present participle recommending past tense recommended past participle recommended 1) a) to advise someone that they should… …   English dictionary


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