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lend your name to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlend your name to somethinglend your name to somethingSUPPORT A PERSON, GROUP, OR PLANto announce publicly that you support something that someone is trying to do The French prime minister has now lent his name to the protest. lend
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lend your name to somethingBut a more calculating side is emerging, where celebrities are almost being blackmailed into lending their names to causes.Is he actually involved, or just lending his name to it?Nintendo lends its name to new games developed by about 60 companies.Can he lend his name to the petition without compromising his professional integrity?
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