1. transitive, archaic To commit, confide to another's care, confidence or acceptance, with favoring representations
2. transitive To bestow commendation on; to represent favourably; to suggest, endorse or encourage as an appropriate choice.
3. transitive To make acceptable; to attract favor to.
4. transitive To advise, propose, counsel favorably
5. express a good opinion of
6. push for something
7. make attractive or acceptable
8. To praise or commend to another as being worthy or desirable; endorse.
9. To make attractive or acceptable.
10. To give advice or counsel.
11. To commit to the charge of another; entrust.
12. To advise or counsel.
13. To commit; to give in charge; to commend.
14. To make acceptable; to attract favor to.
15. To commend to the favorable notice of another; to commit to another's care, confidence, or acceptance, with favoring representations; to put in a favorable light before any one; to bestow commendation on.
1. Your doctor will recommend scans to check this.
2. Some experts recommend a daily dose of cod liver oil.
3. Doctors recommend gradually tapering doses before quitting.
4. You are quite certain that he completed the course and personally recommended his cousin.
5. Would the reviewer recommend this book above others?
6. To stop this from happening doctors recommended cutting his brain in two.
7. Doctors also recommend daily regular exercise for the treatment of arterial problems in other body areas.
8. Please can you recommend a short course in teaching reading?
9. We recommend you book early to secure your place.
10. Luckily it was caught early but doctors recommended fertility treatment.
11. But he stopped short of recommending a maximum daily dose of electronic games.
12. Doctors recommend at least two rounds to maximise the chances of success.
13. They now recommend anyone visiting hospital for painful tests to pop a treasured picture into their bag to help them cope.
14. He says he would recommend counselling not only to anyone trying to deal with bereavement but also to pupils suffering from academic stress.
15. The dose recommended by doctors is around 1,000 mg per day.
16. Could anyone recommend to him a good book on Turkey?
17. I would not recommend anyone try this route to justice unless they have a strong will.
18. People who suffer migraines should take more than the standard recommended dose of aspirin, a review of medical studies suggests.
19. It should also be noted that the recommended doses of copper apparently increase the animal's resistance to antibiotics in its gut.
20. I'm concerned for his mental health and would recommend counselling or possibly medication.
21. He may recommend counselling, medication, or a combination of both.
22. And it would be very helpful if people had Internet access to do this, because what I'm going to recommend is listening to sites that have scripts included.
23. Taking that into account im sure you'll find what you are looking for especially if you just ask them directly "Me gustaria un mole picante" or something similar. another thing i would recommend is trying Agua de Xilacayote (not sure if its spelled right) pronounced Chi-Laa-Ca-Yoh-Te it's generally sweet because its made of a sweet pumpkin but very tastful.
24. One thing I would recommend is wait for the retrieves and get fetch, hold and drop down to a science.
25. I didn't finish many and the only book that I finished this week that I'd recommend is Lisa Shearin's The Trouble With Demons, book 3 in her Raine Benares series.
26. Another one that I recommend is a film called Funny Games.
27. The dough can look a little dry, but what I'll recommend is that people add between 2 1/2-3 cups of oatmeal instead of the full-on three.
28. Changing this so that patients are not priced out of doing what their doctors recommend is where the big bonus in health comes.
29. ‘She was recommended to us by one of her friends, who also minded our children.’
30. ‘I know the practice has worked for a lot of people, and it was highly recommended to me.’
31. ‘It is recommended to anyone with an interest in the Second World War or the American Army.’
32. ‘However, Hughes's choice was recommended to the King by the British Secretary of State.’
33. ‘All three are recommended to skiers of up to intermediate standard.’
34. ‘The book is recommended to anyone for its portrayal of a unique and courageous intellectual life.’
35. ‘It is understood the Manchester firm was recommended to him earlier this year by another inmate at the prison.’
36. ‘This book was recommended to me by none other than my pen pal.’
37. ‘I lost count of the number of times this band was earnestly recommended to me, in reverential tones.’
38. ‘It was recommended to us, and I would have no hesitation in recommending it.’
39. ‘This disc is highly recommended to all of those who already know and enjoy Liebermann's music.’
40. ‘This book is recommended to almost anyone, but mostly to those who like murder mysteries.’
41. ‘The school was recommended to King Hussein by an old friend, the former headmaster of Harrow.’
42. ‘The applicants must also present menus to customers, as well as suggest and recommend sumptuous items.’
43. ‘If the product were in fact a cure, it would be widely reported in the media and your doctor would recommend it.’
44. ‘One of my professors recommended me for an internship and now I have a permanent job at the company.’
45. ‘Then there was the accounting firm, which had come strongly recommended by the bank.’
46. ‘We strongly recommend the Olive Branch for lunch, whether you are in a hurry or not.’
47. ‘If a health professional recommends St. John's wort, it's worth a try.’
48. ‘In summary, this is an excellent volume that I recommend without reservation to biologists in all disciplines.’
49. ‘At present judges are in effect selected by the Lord Chancellor, who recommends appointments to the Queen.’
50. ‘A report recommends members urge the Post Office to keep the branch open saying it provides a vital service for residents who may have problems accessing the main post office in the town centre.’
51. ‘Now a York Council working party is recommending demolition and suggests the land could be landscaped or used for affordable homes.’
52. ‘But the report also recommends the abolition of call-out charges for things like chimney fires.’
53. ‘In her report she recommends a radical change in the make-up of the new board.’
54. ‘His report recommends caution, saying that doctors currently lack sufficient expertise and that their roles remain unclear.’
55. ‘The report also recommends driver training in first aid, stricter guidelines on bus quality and suitable supervision of pupils both on the bus and when they have left the bus.’
56. ‘The report recommends the introduction of guidelines to ensure that any element of religious motivation or hatred is fully recorded in police reports and is brought before the courts.’
57. ‘The report also recommends the establishment of a drugs-free hostel to aid drug users who have completed detox or rehabilitation programmes but remain homeless.’
58. ‘The report recommends engagement through free trade and allowing private citizens to travel freely between the two countries.’
59. ‘The report also recommends national standards for cleanliness in hospitals be developed to reduce the risk of hospital acquired infections.’
60. ‘The report also recommends the provision of 1,250 new homes at sites on the west side of the town, although those sites have not been identified.’
61. ‘The report recommends a cut in the number of full-time paid staff.’
62. ‘Regular physical activity is recommended to maintain, lose, or prevent gradual weight gain.’
63. ‘Places at Leeds are limited, so early application is recommended to avoid disappointment.’
64. ‘I would strongly recommend that you employ the services of a qualified professional as this is not really a DIY job.’
65. ‘A spokesman merely recommended any worried policy-holders should seek professional advice.’
66. ‘In addition, we strongly recommend better monitoring of all detainees.’
67. ‘For those reasons, we strongly recommend that all water systems be metered and monitored.’
68. ‘I strongly recommend reading it yourself to make your own judgement about what it says.’
69. ‘I strongly recommend that everybody treat themselves to a nice evening out once in a while.’
70. ‘I would strongly recommend readers not to take his words too seriously!’
71. ‘On the other hand, I strongly recommend anyone interested to give it a try.’
72. ‘We strongly recommend you girls out there to treat yourself to something nice for Christmas.’
73. ‘Tourists are recommended to stay a week rather than returning on the same day.’
74. ‘Customers are recommended to consider these regional features when ordering.’
75. ‘Fans of great dialogue and spirited acting are recommended to check this film out.’
76. ‘Borough councillors have been recommended to approve the proposal when they meet today.’
77. ‘But Scarborough councillors are being recommended to approve the scheme next Tuesday.’
78. ‘Councillors are recommended to approve both outline applications.’
79. ‘Councillors are recommended to approve plans for four new units at the shopping centre at a meeting tonight.’
80. ‘The executive is recommended to approve the demolition proposals at tonight's meeting.’
81. ‘Members of the central area planning committee will discuss the application on Thursday and have been recommended to approve it.’
82. ‘But Scarborough councillors are being recommended to approve the scheme at a planning meeting on Tuesday.’
83. ‘Councillors are being recommended to approve a pilot scheme to operate at weekends and bank holidays from June to September.’
84. ‘Despite objections from a number of local residents, the committee is being recommended to approve the proposals.’
85. ‘Keighley Area Planning Panel, which meets on Thursday, is being recommended to approve the scheme.’
86. ‘Ryedale Council is being recommended to approve the scheme next Monday.’
87. ‘Scarborough councillors are being recommended to grant approval on Wednesday.’
88. ‘We are often recommended to go to this site to get the real facts.’
89. ‘People with allergies to eggs and those who have had serious reactions to vaccines in previous years are recommended to not be vaccinated.’
90. ‘A detailed planning application with amendments will be considered by the Council's regulatory and appeals committee tomorrow and officers are recommending councillors to support it.’
91. ‘His critique of the corporatization of politics has much to recommend it.’
92. The travel agent recommends strongly that we not travel on Thanksgiving Day
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