stamp

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈstæmp/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/stæmp/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(stamp)


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stamp

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a book of (postage) stamps
  2. stamps cost [35 cents]
  3. a [35-cent] stamp
  4. the price of stamps has gone up (again)
  5. lick the stamp
  6. peel the stamp off
  7. put a stamp on the [envelope, letter]
  8. would like [three] stamps, please
  9. collects stamps
  10. [sold, bought] a rare stamp
  11. a collection of stamps
  12. issue a commemorative stamp
  13. show your vehicle tax stamp
  14. [entry, exit, visa] stamps in a passport
  15. give the [plan, product, idea] my stamp of approval
  16. has my stamp of approval
  17. get all the necessary rubber stamps
  18. the [kids, students] played with rubber stamps
  19. is on food stamps
  20. bought food with food stamps
  21. the (outgoing) [president, prime minister] has left her stamp (on the nation)
  22. waited with impatient stamps of his foot
v
  1. stamped by [a notary, an official]
  2. stamped the [passport, certificate, letter]
  3. my [passport] was stamped
  4. have your [passport] stamped
  5. stamp it with [the date, your name]
  6. stamped for [authenticity, approval]
  7. stamped in [gold, black, red]
  8. stamp out [crime, corruption, fraud, terrorism]
  9. stamp your feet
  10. she stamped on my [foot, toe, shoe]
  11. stamping around the [room, apartment, ring]
  12. stamp your authority on
n as adj
  1. is a stamp collector
  2. has a stamp collection
  3. enjoys stamp collecting
  4. pay stamp duty
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