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stamp British & World English

Bring down (one’s foot) heavily on the ground or on something on the ground

stamp English Thesaurus

he threw his cigarette down and stamped on it

seal of approval British & World English

An official statement or indication that something is accepted or regarded favourably

Stamp Act British & World English

An act regulating stamp duty

date stamp British & World English

A stamped mark indicating a date, used on food packaging, posted envelopes, etc.

food stamp British & World English

(In the US) a voucher issued cheaply by the state to those on low income and exchangeable for food

stamp duty British & World English

A duty levied on the legal recognition of certain documents

stamp hinge British & World English

A small piece of gummed transparent paper used for fixing postage stamps in an album

stamp mill British & World English

A mill for crushing ore

stamp paper British & World English

The gummed marginal paper at the edge of a sheet of postage stamps

tramp stamp British & World English

A tattoo on a woman’s lower back

postage stamp British & World English

A small adhesive piece of paper of specified value issued by a national Post Office to be affixed to a letter or parcel to indicate the amount of postage paid

revenue stamp British & World English

A stamp showing that a government tax has been paid

rubber stamp British & World English

A handheld device for inking and imprinting a message or design on a surface

stamp office British & World English

An office for the issue of government stamps and the receipt of stamp duty

trading stamp British & World English

A stamp given by some stores to a customer according to the amount spent, and exchangeable in the appropriate number for various articles

rubber stamp English Thesaurus

few believe it is anything more than a place where legislation gets a rubber stamp

insurance stamp British & World English

A stamp which certifies that a weekly payment has been made towards National Insurance

stamp collecting British & World English

The collection and study of postage stamps as objects of interest or value; philately

stamp something out British & World English

Extinguish a fire by stamping on it

stamp one's authority on British & World English

Have a strong or permanent influence on

stamp something out in stamp British & World English

Extinguish a fire by stamping on it

rubber-stamp in rubber stamp British & World English

Approve automatically without proper consideration

seal of approval in approval British & World English

An official statement or indication that something is accepted or regarded favourably

stamp one's authority on in stamp British & World English

Have a strong or permanent influence on

stamp something out in stamp English Thesaurus

urgent action is required to stamp out corruption