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stamp

verb /stӕmp/
to bring (the foot) down with force (on the ground)
patear
He stamped his foot with rage She stamped on the insect.
to print or mark on to
estampar
He stamped the date at the top of his letter The oranges were all stamped with the exporter’s name.
to stick a postage stamp on (a letter etc)
sellar
I’ve addressed the envelope but haven’t stamped it.
stamp out phrasal verb to put out or extinguish (a fire) by stamping on it
aniquilar
She stamped out the remains of the fire.
to crush (a rebellion etc)
acabar con
The regime are always quick to stamp out any form of protest.
(Definition of stamp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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