Definition of 'rubber stamp'
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British English: rubber stamp NOUN
A rubber stamp is a small device with a name, date, or symbol on it. You press it on to an ink pad and then on to a document in order to show that the document has been officially dealt with.
In Post Offices, virtually every document that's passed across the counter is stamped with a rubber stamp.
British English: rubber stamp VERB
When someone in authority rubber-stamps a decision, plan, or law, they agree to it without thinking about it much.
The board's job is to rubber-stamp his decisions.
Definition of rubber stamp from the Collins English Dictionary
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