Definition of endorsable in English:


(US indorsable)


See endorse

  • ‘We are not just talking about parking on a pavement - the vehicle here was parked in such a way as pedestrians had to walk around and that's an endorsable motorist offence.’
  • ‘And as well as stopping all cars using bus lanes illegally, one driver was found to have no road tax, one had no insurance and two were given endorsable fixed penalty tickets.’
  • ‘But Sgt Melvin warned that the Government plans to make the offence endorsable with up to three penalty points.’
  • ‘And the government is planning to make it an endorsable offence, so offenders will get three points on their licences.’
  • ‘The Government is also attempting to make this an endorsable offence which means drivers could face a three-point penalty, if caught.’