Definition of recommend
commend or entrust someone or something to (someone).
I devoutly recommended my spirit to its maker
put forward (someone or something) with approval as being suitable for a particular purpose or role.
She was recommended to us by one of her friends, who also minded our children.
Example of recommend
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.
A full German libretto with an English translation makes this reissue recommendable even to collectors acquainting themselves with this opera for the first time.
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.
But Scarborough councillors are being recommended to approve the scheme at a planning meeting on Tuesday.
But Scarborough councillors are being recommended to approve the scheme next Tuesday.
Computer science students, IT consultants and business managers will find valuable material in this highly recommendable book.
Councillors are recommended to approve both outline applications.
For those reasons, we strongly recommend that all water systems be metered and monitored.
His critique of the corporatization of politics has much to recommend it.
I know the practice has worked for a lot of people, and it was highly recommended to me.