vouch for

This page is about the phrasal verb vouch for.

Meaning: If you vouch for someone or something, you say that the person or thing can be trusted and is of good character or quality.

For example:

  • vouch for sb I will only vouch for someone if I know them well and I'm sure they can do a good job.

  • vouch for sth I bought this software because a good friend of mine vouched for it.

Nouns often used as objects with vouch for: doctor, teacher, hospital, school, course, diet

Quick Quiz:

If you vouch for the hotel, you tell people that it's

a. a terrible place to stay

b. a good place to stay

c. an expensive place to stay

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Contributor: Matt Errey