Complete Definition of "commend"

English

Etymology
from Latin commendare "to praise"

Verb

en-verb

  1. To congratulate or reward.
  2. To praise or acclaim.
  3. To entrust or commit to the care of someone else

Translations
trans-top|to congratulate or reward
French: t|fr|féliciter
trans-mid
Portuguese: t|pt|parabenizar, t+|pt|recompensar
trans-bottom

trans-top|to praise
French: t|fr|féliciter
trans-mid
Portuguese: t+|pt|agradecer
trans-bottom

trans-top|to entrust
French: t|tr|recommander
trans-mid
Portuguese: t+|pt|recomendar
trans-bottom

Derived terms
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commendation
commendatory
recommend

See also
suggest
consider
approval

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