过去式: stamped 过去分词: stamped 现在分词: stamping 第三人称单数: stamps
过去式: stamped 过去分词: stamped 现在分词: stamping 第三人称单数: stamps
1.a device incised to make an impression
used to secure a closing or to authenticate documents
2.a block or die used to imprint a mark or design
3.machine consisting of a heavy bar that moves vertically for pounding or crushing ores
4.a small adhesive token stuck on a letter or package to indicate that that postal fees have been paid
Synonym: postagepostage stamp
5.a symbol that is the result of printing or engraving
e.g. he put hisstamp on the envelope
6.a small piece of adhesive paper that is put on an object to show that a government tax has been paid
Synonym: revenue stamp
7.a type or class
e.g. more men of hisstamp are needed
8.something that can be used as an official medium of payment
Synonym: tenderlegal tender
9.the distinctive form in which a thing is made
e.g. pottery of this cast was found throughout the region
1.destroy or extinguish as if by stamping with the foot
e.g. Stamp fascism into submission
stamp out tyranny
2.treat or classify according to a mental stereotype
e.g. I was stereotyped as a lazy Southern European
3.to mark, or produce an imprint in or on something
e.g. a man whose name is permanently stamped on our maps
4.affix a stamp to
e.g. Are the letters properly stamped?
5.raise in a relief
e.g. embossed stationery
6.crush or grind with a heavy instrument
e.g. stamp fruit extract the juice
7.form or cut out with a mold, form, or die
e.g. stamp needles
e.g. The men stomped through the snow in their heavy boots
9.reveal clearly as having a certain character
e.g. His playing stamps him as a Romantic
Astamp or apostage stamp is a small piece of paper which you lick and stick on an envelope or package before you post it to pay for the cost of the postage.
e.g. ...a book of stamps...
e.g. It's FREEPOST, so there's no need for astamp.
Astamp is a small block of wood or metal which has a pattern or a group of letters on one side. You press it onto an pad of ink and then onto a piece of paper in order to produce a mark on the paper. The mark that you produce is also called astamp .
e.g. ...a datestamp and an ink pad...
e.g. You may live only where thestamp in your passport says you may.
If youstamp a mark or word on an object, you press the mark or word onto the object using a stamp or other device.
e.g. Car manufacturersstamp a vehicle identification number at several places on new cars to help track down stolen vehicles...
e.g. In a department store when a gift voucher is exchanged it's stamped with the details of the store to cancel it...
If youstamp orstamp yourfoot, you lift your foot and put it down very hard on the ground, for example because you are angry or because your feet are cold.
e.g. Often he teased me till my temper went and I stamped and screamed, feeling furiously helpless...
e.g. His foot stamped down on the accelerator...
If youstamp somewhere, you walk there putting your feet down very hard on the ground because you are angry.
e.g. 'I'm going before things get any worse!' he shouted as he stamped out of the bedroom...
e.g. Overweight and sweating in the humid weather, she stamped from room to room.
If youstamp on something, you put your foot down on it very hard.
e.g. He received the original ban last week after stamping on the referee's foot during the supercup final.
If something bearsthe stamp of a particular quality or person, it clearly has that quality or was done by that person.
e.g. ...lawns and flowerbeds that bore thestamp of years of confident care...
e.g. Most of us want to make our home a familiar place and put thestamp of our personality on its walls.
A quality, feature, or action thatstamps someone or somethingas a particular thing shows clearly that they are this thing.
e.g. I talked to social workers and the police — that hadstamped me as a bad woman...
e.g. Chris Boardman stamped himself as the 4,000m favourite by setting the world's fastest outdoor time in Barcelona last night.
克里斯·博德曼昨晚在巴塞罗那创下室外世界纪录，证明了自己是 4,000 米赛最有实力的竞争者。
9. see also: rubber stamp
stamp of approval -> see approval
相关词组：stamp onstamp out
1. 邮票：直到1984年,在德国汉堡召开的第十九届万国邮政联盟大会上,自动化邮票被正式确认为邮票(Stamp). 按照万国邮政联盟的有关规定,自动化邮票上不标注日期和地点,使用不受日期、地点的限制,投递贴有自动化邮票的邮件时必须用邮政日戳盖销.
3. 戳记：.图案填充(Hatching)的概念 100.专刊--打印戳记(Stamp)的使用方法 241第十七章 绘制实体(Solid)对象 242.创建旋转(REVOLVE)实体 249.利用基本对象进行实体的布尔(BOOLEAN)运算 250.专刊--表示网格(Mesh)与实体(Solid)的密度
At the post office-(去邮局)
A：I want to send this package by first class mail.
B：Do you want it insured?
A：Yes, for fifty dollars, please. I'd also like some stamps-a book of twenty two and three airmail's.
B：You'll have to get those at thestamp window over there, next to general delivery.
A：Can I get money orders there, too?
B：No, that's to the left, three windows down the hall.
His horse stamped down some of the enemies.
He put the cardboard boxes in a heap and stamped them down.
1. stamp out : 扑灭, 踩灭, 消灭；
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
Visitors could buy other products about traditional food and culture, such as books, postcards andstamps.
We both liked playing basketball and collectingstamps, so we always had a lot of things to talk about.
My cousin likes to collectstamps in his spare time.
The girls on the Wesleyan Academy softball were waiting for their next turns at bat during practice,stamping their feet to stay warm, Eighth-grader Taylor Bisbee shivered(发抖) a little as she watched her teammate Paris White play.
卫斯理学院垒球的女孩们在练习中等待下一轮击球, 跺脚取暖, 八年级的泰勒·比斯比看着队友帕里斯·怀特打球时有些发抖。
1. He stamped on the insect.
2. He stamped his name on all his books.
3. Feudal ideas were stamped on her mind.
1. Don't mix with people of thatstamp.
2. He collects stamps.