a small usually four sided piece of paper sold by post offices in various values for sticking on a letter, parcel, etc. to be posted
an instrument or tool for pressing or printing onto a surface
a mark or pattern made by this
an act of stamping, especially with the foot
put one's foot down with force
flatten by putting (one's foot) down with force
print design, lettering, the date, etc. on paper, cloth or other surface
"pottery of this cast was found throughout the region"
"more men of his stamp are needed"
"he put his stamp on the envelope"
"The men stomped through the snow in their heavy boots"
"a man whose name is permanently stamped on our maps"
"His playing stamps him as a Romantic"
"Are the letters properly stamped?"
"I was stereotyped as a lazy Southern European"
"Stamp fascism into submission"
"stamp out tyranny"
"stamp fruit extract the juice"
You can see on the back of the canvas the stamp of the Berlin National Gallery.
出自： J. Archer
Imagine a boot stamping on a human face.
出自： G. Orwell
He put the cardboard boxes in a heap and stamped them down.
He stamped on the spider.
Please stamp upon that insect for me!
He stamped hard on the ground.
他狠狠地跺了跺地。 stamp sth on〔upon〕 sth
This machine stamps the date on the paper.
His name was stamped on the case.
箱子上印有他的名字。 stamp on〔upon〕 sth
We told him our idea, but he just stamped on it.
No teacher should stamp upon a child's idea without considering it fairly.
The students' suggestion must be stamped on before it becomes a threat.
All these qualities stamp him as a perfect writer.