Significado de “stamp” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "stamp" - Diccionario Inglés

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stampnoun

uk /stæmp/ us /stæmp/

stamp noun (LETTER)

A2 formal postage stamp [ C ] a small piece of paper with a picture or pattern on it that is stuck onto a letter or package before it is posted, to show that the cost of sending it has been paid:

I stuck a 50p stamp on the envelope.

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stamp noun (MARK)

[ C ] a tool for putting a mark on an object either by printing on it or pushing into it, or the mark made in this way:

A date stamp inside the front cover of a library book shows when it should be returned.

stamp noun (PROOF OF PAYMENT)

UK [ C ] a small piece of paper worth a particular amount of money that you can buy several of, as a way of paying for something over a period of time:

stampverb

uk /stæmp/ us /stæmp/

stamp verb (MARK)

B2 [ T ] to put a mark on an object either by printing on it or pushing into it with a small tool:

It is necessary to stamp your passport.
Every carton of yogurt is stamped with a sell-by date.

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stamp verb (MOVE FOOT)

C2 [ I or T ] US also stomp to put a foot down on the ground hard and quickly, making a loud noise, often to show anger:

The little boy was stamping his foot and refusing to take his medicine.
She stood by the road, stamping her feet to stay warm.
I wish those people upstairs would stop stamping (about/around).
Why did you stamp on that insect?
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(Definition of “stamp” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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stampverb [ I/T ]

us /stæmp/

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.

stampnoun [ C ]

us /stæmp, stɑmp/

the act of hitting the floor or ground hard with a foot:

With a stamp of her foot she hurried out.

stampnoun

us /stæmp/

stamp noun (MAIL)

[ C ] also postage stamp a small piece of paper, usually with a colorful design, that is attached to a package or envelope to show that the charge for sending it through the mail has been paid:

The new stamps depict blues singers.

stamp noun (MARK)

[ C ] a tool for printing or cutting a mark into an object, or the mark made by such a tool:

The guard examined the permit, then reached for his rubber stamp.
The stamp on the rim shows that Paul Revere made this mug.

stamp noun (QUALITY)

[ U ] a particular quality or character:

This painting clearly bears the stamp of genius.

stampverb [ T ]

us /stæmp/

stamp verb [ T ] (MARK)

to use a special tool to print or cut a mark into an object:

An immigration official stamped his passport.
fig. That scene will be stamped in my memory forever.

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(Definition of “stamp” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "stamp" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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stampnoun [ C ]

uk /stæmp/ us COMMUNICATIONS

also formal postage stamp a small piece of paper with a picture or pattern on it, that you stick onto a letter or package to pay for the cost of mailing it:

first-class/second-class stamp

a tool used to put a date, an address, or other mark on a document or an object, usually as proof of something:

The assistant uses a stamp to sign his boss's name.

an official mark put on something that shows a date, an address, or other information:

Look for the official USDA stamp before you buy.
stamp of approval

approval from someone in a position of authority:

The Board will meet Thursday to discuss the contract and is likely to give its stamp of approval Friday.
The foreign-made goods still have not earned the government's stamp of approval.

stampverb [ T ]

uk /stæmp/ us COMMUNICATIONS

to use a tool to put a date, an address, or other mark on a document or an object, usually as proof of something:

EU citizens don't need to get their passports stamped when travelling within Europe.
stamp sth on sth All supermarket food packaging has a sell-by date stamped on it.
stamp sth with sth The invoice was stamped with the date that payment had been received.

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(Definition of “stamp” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)