Definition of recomend
1. recommend [ v ] push for something
Examples: "The travel agent recommended strongly that we not travel on Thanksgiving Day"
(Chicago Daily Tribune...)
The President recommended federal `` matching grants '' totaling 700 million dollars in 10 years for constructing new medical and dental_schools or enlarging the capacity of existing ones .
In the child health field , the President said he will recommend later an increase in funds for programs under the children 's bureau .
(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
It recommends that the United_States `` seek instead to detach the Castro regime from the Communist bloc by working for a diplomatic detente and a resumption of trade relations ; and concentrate its constructive efforts on eliminating in other parts of Latin_America the social conditions on_which totalitarian nationalism feeds '' .
But he did recommend that President_Kennedy state clearly that if Communist countries shipped any further arms to Cuba that it would not be tolerated .
(The New York Times,...)
A committee of experts has recommended that a country 's population be considered in the distribution of professional posts at the United_Nations .Synonyms recommend urge advocate Related Terms propose importunity
2. recommend [ v ] express a good opinion ofUsed in print:
(Organic Gardening and Farming,...)
It has a great many assets to recommend it and if you have n't made avocado a part of your diet yet , you really should .
Good taste and versatility , plus safety from spray poisons would be enough to recommend the frequent use of such a fruit , even if its nutritional values were limited .
(Evan Esar, Humorous English; a guide to comic ,...)
It would be hard to find anything more equivocal than : `` I cannot recommend him too highly '' .
(Leo Lemon, "Catch Up With" and "Something to...)
This brief resume hardly does the book justice , but I heartily recommend it to all those who are engages with the major problems of our time .Synonyms recommend commend Related Terms praise recommendation
3. recommend [ v ] make attractive or acceptable
Examples: "Honesty recommends any person"
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