Definition of 'stamp'

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You simply cannot treat old people like postage stamps. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is a stamp of official approval. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Your accent did not stamp your class. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We should stamp hard on any attempt to change that. The Sun (2008)The bands were stamped with ink to keep count of services rendered. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Does he want to stamp out elitism or promote excellence? Times, Sunday Times (2009)There are few stamps of authenticity more profound than the voice of the subject. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Has put his stamp on the squad. The Sun (2012)Yet all of them bear the unique stamp of his personality. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)The quality of the stamps is also a matter of dispute. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You have to queue for hours to obtain official stamps before booking into a hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Use it at certain local shops and they will stamp a card you are given. The Sun (2010)Caught up in stamp scandal and grounded. The Sun (2012)Everyone knows that postage stamp issues are sensitive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He wanted to put his stamp on things straight away. The Sun (2016)He has class stamped all over him. The Sun (2011)It was a relief and rather an anticlimax when the yawning official stamped my passport without a single glance at my stuff. Eric Newby A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003) Place the cut-out stamps on the hair and spray them individually in contrasting colours. The Sun (2014)The hall erupts with thunderous clapping, cheering and foot stamping. Times, Sunday Times (2006)National identities are examined in this display of banknotes, stamps and medals produced for the continent over the century. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Translations for 'stamp'

British English: stamp /stæmp/ NOUN
A stamp or a postage stamp is a small piece of paper which you stick on an envelope or parcel, to show that you have paid the cost of posting it.
...a book of stamps.
  • American English: stamp
  • Arabic: طابِعٌ بَرِيدِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: selo
  • Chinese: 邮票
  • Croatian: marka
  • Czech: známka dopisní
  • Danish: frimærke
  • Dutch: postzegel
  • European Spanish: sello correos
  • Finnish: postimerkki
  • French: timbre
  • German: Briefmarke
  • Greek: γραμματόσημο
  • Italian: francobollo
  • Japanese: 切手
  • Korean: 우표
  • Norwegian: frimerke
  • Polish: znaczek
  • European Portuguese: selo
  • Romanian: timbru
  • Russian: топанье
  • Spanish: sello estampilla
  • Swedish: frimärke
  • Thai: ดวงตราไปรษณียากร
  • Turkish: pul
  • Ukrainian: марка
  • Vietnamese: tem
British English: stamp /stæmp/ VERB
If you stamp a mark or word on an object, you press the mark or word onto the object, using a stamp.
He examined her passport and stamped it.
  • American English: stamp
  • Arabic: يَدْمِغُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: selar
  • Chinese: 加戳
  • Croatian: pečatirati
  • Czech: razítkovat
  • Danish: stemple
  • Dutch: stempelen
  • European Spanish: franquear
  • Finnish: tallata
  • French: timbrer
  • German: stempeln
  • Greek: σταμπάρω
  • Italian: affrancare
  • Japanese: 踏みつける
  • Korean: 찍다
  • Norwegian: stemple
  • Polish: ostemplować
  • European Portuguese: selar
  • Romanian: a ștampila
  • Russian: штамповать
  • Spanish: franquear
  • Swedish: stämpla
  • Thai: ประทับตรา
  • Turkish: mühürlemek
  • Ukrainian: наклеювати марку
  • Vietnamese: đóng dấu


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