Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Stamp"

The meaning of "Stamp" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does stamp mean?
A: Stamp can have several meanings,but here it refers to an office tool that is a small pad with an engraving on it. The stamp is touched to some ink and then touched to a piece of paper, leaving an image of whatever was carved into the stamp, like the words "PAST DUE" or "APPROVED".
To rubber stamp something means to pass it through a bureaucratic process in a routine manner.
"The mayor rubber stamped the plans for the new courthouse without really studying them."
"I have to get my supervisor to rubber stamp these invoices before I submit them to accounting."
Q: What does putting your own stamp on sth.
it’s an idiom? mean?
A: Yes, it's an Idiom. It means to create something or contribute to a project in a way that is unmistakably your work. You had a major influence on the outcome.
Q: What does stamp out mean?
A: @revinneil In this case it means to try and get rid of something. That something being the dangerous way this person behaves, such as driving drunk. You can also say that you are trying to stamp out the evil that is in the world by being a good person.

Or, you might say, that if your ate not careful, then the harshness of the city will stomp out the love in your heart and make you callous towards other people.

How it doesn't of course and I hope this is useful.
Q: What does stamping mean?
A: She was trying to get the blood circulating around in her feet/body to stay warm.

The people upstairs were probably STOMPING their feet. They were stepping really hard on the floor for the people below them to hear them.

Some young children stamp their feet in disappointment when their parents tell them, ‘No’.
Q: What does Get a stamp here if your courses are approved.

What does this mean? what does "courses are approved" mean? school class? mean?
A: That could be it!

Example sentences using "Stamp"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stamp out.
A: "stamp out" isn't very common, but you can usually just say "stamp" as a verb.
Stamp the tests with passing grades.
Stamp the forms you approve of.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stamp.
A: I need to buy a stamp to put on this letter.
He was angry so he stamped his foot.
My mother loves that product. She gives it her stamp of approval.
Q: Please show me example sentences with stamp & stomp.
A: I stamped on the ground.
Stop stomping around the house!
I stamped on the flower by accident.
The elephant stomped around.

Synonyms of "Stamp" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between stamp and seal as verbs ?
A: if youre talking about mail its one thing.
you seal an envelope when you mail a letter and then you stamp it with the postage to send it.

as a verb by itself it's another thing
ok so seal means to close something completely. like you seal a ziploc sandwich bag or you seal up your house by closing the windows.
you're covering it up to protect it from something

stamp is like to slam or to stomp something.
the angry boy stamped his feet on the ground.


both the words can also mean to mark something (either literally or figuratively)
people often use the phrase 'seal of approval' it means you marked something to show that you approve or you like it.
stamp can also be used the a similar way.
if someone says the put their stamp on something it means they've marked it to claim ownership.

Q: What is the difference between I need to stamps and I need stamps ?
A: Stamp - carimbo, carimbar

I need to stamp - Eu preciso carimbar/colocar selo
I need stamps - Eu preciso de carimbos/selos
Q: What is the difference between stamp and sticker ?
A: stamp uses ink and sticker is more like a sticky picture that you can put on things

the teacher has a stamp with her signature on it

the teacher sticks star stickers on the childs homework
hoped i helped any
Q: What is the difference between stamp and seal and chop ?
A: Stamp can mean two things:
1) an official mark on a piece of paper that proves that the paper has been approved. E.g. if a company wants to sign a contract, they can either sign it with a pen, or they can use the stamp of the company.
2) A little piece of paper with a glue on the back that you glue to the envelope when you post a letter. Since you can buy the stamp only from the post office for money, this proves that you paid for your letter to be delivered.

In either case, the goal of the stamp is similar to a signature - it proves that the person who produced the stamp (company or post office) acknowledges the piece of paper or envelope on which the stamp is.

Seal on the other hand is used for proving that nobody opened an envelope. In the middle ages, they used soft candle vax and signet rings to close envelopes. They closed the envelope, put soft vax on it, pushed the signet ring into it. Then when the seal became cold, it became rigid. If someone opened the letter before the addressee did, the seal broke, so when the addressee got it, he knew that someone already opened it.

A chop is a small piece of something, I don't really know what it has to do with stamps or seals :)

Translations of "Stamp"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 以後ここ取り上げる「プレス加工」は「プレス加工」= “metal stamping”と言うことにします。
A: Hi! I hope that you are doing fine so far!
I will like to help you get your answer.

So, in English refers to: “Hereafter, "pressing" will be referred to as "pressing" = "metal stamping".

Also, the pronunciation is: I hope this helped you!
Any question let me know.👍🏻☺️
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? stamp stomp
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i like collecting stamps
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the stamp is at Jack there
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what is stamp?
A: You mean like a postage stamp for the mail?

Other questions about "Stamp"

Q: What does this stamp mean?
Would you tell me?
A: Here's my take.

Let's say I have been sick, and I have not been to school in one week. When I go back to school, I will have a lot of make up work to do. Make up work is the work the other students did while I was out absent/out sick.
Q: I have been collecting stamps for many years now and have various shapes in my collection, but it’s first time I got a round stamp. does this sound natural?
A: I have been collecting stamps for many years now and have various shapes in my collection, but for the first time I got a round stamp.
Q: Can I get you a stamp on it? / Do you want a stamp on it? does this sound natural?
A: those both sound good! you can also say "Would you like a stamp on it"
Q: "i racked up 26 stamps do far. 4 left for a dree coffee" does this sound natural?
A: ‎"Ive racked up 26 stamps do far. Four left for a free coffee"
Q: Although I know that you already have your stamp,
but if you want to make a new bank account, you aren't able to use the stamp
because it was made by rubber.
It's not urgent, but I think you'll need to order a new stamp sooner or later.
Then I would like to make sense that do you want me to order your stamp now?
It's 540yen and it takes about one week.
Whether you order or not, it doesn't matter. does this sound natural?
A: Because it was made by rubber is incorrect(ばつです。) Because it was made from rubber
はいいです。
Then doesnt has to be there. I would like to attend that you can order a new stamp. That would be better I think.

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