Synonym: backer, promoter, supporter, underwriter. Similar words: response, be responsible for, sensor, respond, respondent, correspondent, corresponding to, in so far as. Meaning: ['spɑnsə(r) /'spɒn-] n. 1. someone who supports or champions something 2. an advocate who presents a person (as for an award or a degree or an introduction etc.). v. 1. assume sponsorship of 2. assume responsibility for or leadership of 3. do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of.
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1 Eastman Kodak is a major sponsor of the Olympics.
2 I'm doing a sponsored swim on Saturday will you sponsor me?
3 The bank had offered to sponsor him at university.
4 She found a company to sponsor her through college.
5 He will stand sponsor to my son.
6 I'll sponsor you for £10 - it's all in a good cause.
7 Companies will now be able to sponsor programmes on ITV and Channel 4.
8 Unless he can find a sponsor he'll be forced to retire from athletics.
9 A wealthy sponsor came to our rescue with a generous donation.
10 We're hoping that a sponsor will come forward with the extra money.
11 We have to make the states that sponsor terrorism pay a price.
12 Will you sponsor me for a charity walk I'm doing?
13 Please could you sponsor me for my school's campaign for Help the Aged?
14 The company played fairy godmother by deciding to sponsor the club for a further five years.
15 We're trying to get him to sponsor us,(www.Sentencedict.com) but there's not much hope of success.
16 I can sponsor him.
17 Visa is an official sponsor of the Winter Olympics.
18 Some one cares enough to sponsor his education.
19 Receiving a far lesser amount was another sponsor, Rep.
20 National associations also tend to sponsor larger schemes in the more important settlements rather than in areas of isolated housing need.
21 In Arizona a couple of years ago, a sponsor decorated the horizon with a giant inflatable bag of chips.
22 Christopher Shays of Connecticut, Republican sponsor of the leading bipartisan bill.
23 Its sponsor, a local arts patron named Clara Bates, befriended the teenager and installed him in her carriage house.
24 The Brady bill acquired its name from its best-known sponsor, James Brady.
25 Eva said she was doing a ten-mile walk for charity and asked if I'd sponsor her for £1 a mile.
26 You cannot get a work visa without an American sponsor.
27 A visitor without security clearance must be signed for by the sponsor and accompanied at all times.
28 Charitable trusts, regional arts associations and individual patrons might be willing to sponsor a pilot scheme on these lines.
29 The agreement also gives the supervisors the final say over the corporate sponsor should the contract between the 49ers and 3Com unravel.
30 Bob Dole, the Republican presidential nominee presumptive, quickly signed on as a sponsor.
More similar words: response, be responsible for, sensor, respond, respondent, correspondent, corresponding to, in so far as, by means of, sorry, absorb, resort, supervisor, disorder, keep on, processor, all sorts of, opponent, component, spoon, spouse, enter upon, bespoke, on the spot, teaspoon, spokesman, transport, once upon a time, tablespoon, transportation.