Meaning of STAMP in English

I. verb Etymology: Middle English; akin to Old High German ~fōn to ~ and perhaps to Greek stembein to shake up Date: 13th century transitive verb to pound or crush with a pestle or a heavy instrument, 2. a. to strike or beat forcibly with the bottom of the foot, to bring down (the foot) forcibly, to extinguish or destroy by or as if by ~ing with the foot, 3. impress , imprint , to attach a ~ to, to cut out, bend, or form with a ~ or die, 5. to provide with a distinctive character , characterize , intransitive verb pound 1, to strike or thrust the foot forcibly or noisily downward, II. noun Date: 15th century a device or instrument for ~ing, the impression or mark made by ~ing or imprinting, 3. a distinctive character, indication, or mark, a lasting imprint, the act of ~ing, a ~ed or printed paper affixed in evidence that a tax has been paid, ~less adjective

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