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stamp

verb [I/T]  /stæmp/ us  
to hit the floor or ground hard with a foot, usually making a loud noise: [T] She stood by the road, stamping her feet to stay warm. [I] I wish those people upstairs would stop stamping around.

stamp

noun [C]  /stæmp, stɑmp/ us  
the act of hitting the floor or ground hard with a foot: With a stamp of her foot she hurried out.
(Definition of stamp verb, noun from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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