rubber stamp

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to process, approve or decide matters routinely rather than through careful consideration

They usually just rubber stamp orders under $100.

A person or organisation who approves, routinely or as a formality, matters decided by some other person or organisation
Of a person, organisation, or process, making decisions or approving matters routinely or without real power, as rubber stamp politics, a rubber stamp committee
A piece of rubber or similar material with a design or text carved or molded for the purpose of transferring ink or dye to imprint that design on another object

The library had a rubber stamp to imprint the due date.

{i} type of stamp used for printing a name or date on a document
{f} imprint with a rubber stamp; approve automatically
A rubber stamp is a small device with a name, date, or symbol on it. You press it on to an ink pad and then on to a document in order to show that the document has been officially dealt with. In Post Offices, virtually every document that's passed across the counter is stamped with a rubber stamp
routine authorization of an action without questions
a stamp (usually made of rubber) for imprinting a mark or design by hand
When someone in authority rubber-stamps a decision, plan, or law, they agree to it without thinking about it much. Parliament's job is to rubber-stamp his decisions
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plural form of rubber stamp
Alternative spelling of rubber stamp
to give official approval to something without really thinking about it - used to show disapproval
approve automatically stamp with a rubber-stamp, usually an indication of official approval on a document
served as a rubber stamp
person who has no authority other than to certify the decisions of others
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