stamp

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İngilizce - Türkçe
damga

O onay damgasını bana verdi. - He gave me his stamp of approval.

Onların kartpostallarını damgalamıyorum. - I'm not stamping their postcards.

kaşe
{i} ayağını yere vurma
{f} damgalamak
hızla yere vurmak
ayak vuruşu
bandrol
işaret
(Denizbilim) aşmak
belleğine kazımak
(pul) basmak
ıstampa
{f} damgala

Onların kartpostallarını damgalamıyorum. - I'm not stamping their postcards.

karakter
posta pulu

Bana bir hava posta pulu verin lütfen. - Give me an airmail stamp, please.

pul

O, benim sahip olduğum kadar çok sayıda pula sahip. - She has as many stamps as I.

Gereğinden daha fazla pul almışsın. - You've bought more stamps than necessary.

pul yapıştırmak
tepinmek
kafasına yerleştirmek
marka
nitelik
alamet
zımba
iz
ayağını hızla yere vurmak
tür
ıslak mühür
(Askeri) standart hava mühimmat paketi (standard air munitions package (USAF))
{i} etki
kalıpla vurup kesmek
{f} etiketlemek
sikke darbetmek
{f} ezmek
üzerinde silinmez izler bırakmak
damga vurmak
yerleşmek
{f} pullamak
{f} mühürlemek
imza ile tespit etmek
{f} çiğnemek
{f} göstermek
{f} (ayağını) hızla yere vurmak; tepinmek, ayaklarını hızla yere vurmak
{i} izlenim
{i} tepinme
{f} kanıtlamak
{f} onaylamak
{f} tasdik etmek
{f} kazımak
{f} yok etmek
{f} kaşe basmak
{i} özellik
{f} ayağını sertçe vurmak
{f} basmak
{i} kalıp
damgalama
{f} preste kesmek
üzerine damga basmak
{f} bastırmak
{i} belirti
{f} işlemek
tip
damga basmak
damga pulu
nevi
kâse vurmak

The documents are to be stamped before distribution.

stamp out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- ayaklarla basarak söndürmek 2- yok etmek , ezmek
stamp out
(deyim) stamp sth. out ezip yok etmek,bastırmak
stamp collecting
pulculuk
stamp collecting
pul toplama
stamp collecting
filateli
stamp collector
pulcu
stamp down
ezmek
stamp out
başını ezmek
stamp out
kökünü kazımak
stamp out
ortadan kaldırmak
stamp with a seal
mühürlemek
stamp collecting
pay toplama
stamp collector
filatelist
stamp collector
pul koleksiyoncusu
stamp down
ez
stamp duty
damga resmi
stamp duty
damga vergisi
stamp mill
maden değirmeni
stamp mill
ezme değirmeni
stamp on
etkile
stamp out
bastırmak
stamp out
ezmek
stamp out
yok etmek
stamp out
yoket
stamp pad
ıstampa
stamp tax
pul vergisi
stamp act
pul hareket
stamp paper
Arkası ıslatılınca belirli yüzeylere yapışabilen kâğıt, pul kâğıdı
stamp act
(Ticaret) damga kanunu
stamp affixing machine
pul yapıştırma makinesi
stamp duty
pul vergisi
stamp for extra postage
taksa pulu
stamp group disconnected
bandrol beslemesi boşta
stamp name
(Bilgisayar) damga adı
stamp out
şekillendirmek
stamp out
şekil vermek
stamp pocket
bandrol kılavuzu
stamp s.o. as
(bir şey) (birinin) (belirli bir gruba ait olduğunu) göstermek
stamp steel
pres edilmiş çelik
stamp tax
(Avrupa Birliği) damga vergisi
stamp text
(Bilgisayar) damga metni
stamp tol
(Bilgisayar) damgalama aracı
stamp#down
ez
stamp#on
etkile
stamp#out
yoket
embossed stamp
(Ticaret) kabartma damga
figure stamp
sayı zımbası
stamp out
yoketmek
stamping
derin çekme
stamping
pres etme
business stamp
firma damgası
commemorative stamp
anma pulu
embossed stamp
kabartma pul
franking stamp
pul damgası
postage stamp
posta pulu
postage-due stamp
taksa pulu
receipt stamp
alındı damgası
revenue stamp
damga pulu
rubber stamp
taklitçi kimse
rubber stamp
lastik mühür
rubber stamp
lastik damga
stamped
{f} damgala
stamping
maden dövme parçası
stamping
{i} damgalama
stamping
presde basma
stamping
{f} damgala

Onların kartpostallarını damgalamıyorum. - I'm not stamping their postcards.

trading stamp
pay kuponu
cancelled stamp
iptal edilmiş pul
drop stamp
şahmerdan, karaman
endorsing stamp
lastik mühür
firm stamp
(Ekonomi) Firma damgası, firma kaşesi
food stamp
Yemek kuponu

Govermantal food stamp program working poorly.

i stick on the stamp.
pulu üzerinde i sopa
ownership stamp
mülkiyet damgası
process stamp
süreç damga
rubber stamp
Dikkatlice gözden geçirilmeden onay vermek
rubber stamp
Lastik mühürle mühürlemek
stamped
kaşeli
stamped
damgalanmış
stamping
ayak basma
stamping
damgalayarak
stamps
pulları

Pulları nereden alabilirim? - Where do I get stamps?

Bu eski posta pullarını nasıl elde ettiniz? - How did you obtain these old postage stamps?

stamps
pullar
time stamp
zaman damgası
tramp stamp
Çatal üstü dövme
transfer stamp
transfer damga pulu
bear the stamp of
izini taşımak
bear the stamp of
işaretini taşımak
charity stamp
yardım pulu
commemorative stamp
hatıra pulu
composition for stamp duty
(Ticaret) damga harcı
graduated stamp duty
(Ticaret) nisbi damga vergisi
i need a stamp
pula ihtiyacım var
kick and stamp
tepinmek
missing stamp
eksik bandrol
revenue stamp
bandrol pulu
rubber stamp
ıstampa
rubber stamp
zayıf kişilikli tip
rubber stamp
düşünmeden karar veren kimse
rubber stamp
basmakalıp söz
rubber stamp
sıradan ifade
rubber stamp
şahsiyetsiz kimse
stamped
(sıfat) mühürlü
stamped
{s} mühürlü
stamped
damgalı
stamper
damgalayan kimse veya alet
stamping
presleme
stamping
preslenmiş saç eşya
stamping
mühürleme
stamping
{i} dökme kalıbı
teller's stamp
(Ticaret) vezne damgası
teller's stamp
(Ticaret) vezne kaşesi
text stamp
(Bilgisayar) metin damga
thermal stamp
(Bilgisayar) ısı damgası
transaction stamp
(Kanun,Ticaret) harç pulu
wet stamp
(Ticaret) ıslak kaşe
where is the stamp machine
pul makinesi nerede
would you please stamp my passport
pasaportuma lütfen damga vurur musunuz
İngilizce - İngilizce
A device for stamping designs

She loved to make designs with her collection of stamps.

To step quickly and heavily, once or repeatedly

The toddler screamed and stamped, but still got no candy.

To mark by pressing quickly and heavily

This machine stamps the design into the metal cover.

A single dose of lysergic acid diethylamide
To move (the foot or feet) quickly and heavily, once or repeatedly

The crowd cheered and stamped their feet in appreciation.

A tattoo
To apply postage stamps to

I forgot to stamp this letter.

A postage stamp

I need one first-class stamp to send this letter.

A small piece of paper bearing a design on one side and adhesive on the other

These stamps are purely decorative.

An act of stamping the foot, paw or hoof

Just then there was a sound of footsteps, and the Boy ran past near them, and with a stamp of feet and a flash of white tails the two strange rabbits disappeared.

An indentation or imprint made by stamping

My passport has quite a collection of stamps.

To give an official marking to, generally by impressing or imprinting a design or symbol

The immigration officer stamped my passport.

{v} to strike with the foot, pound, mark
{n} an instrument to make an impression, thing stamped, legal mark, cut, form, value
into various forms, by a blow or suddenly applied pressure with a stamp or die, etc
To impress with some mark or figure; as, to stamp a plate with arms or initials
a device incised to make an impression; used to secure a closing or to authenticate documents
paper money
A kind of heavy hammer, or pestle, raised by water or steam power, for beating ores to powder; anything like a pestle, used for pounding or bathing
Money, esp
Bring the free foot down to strike the floor suddenly, usually next to the other foot The stamp is usually done with the whole foot but may be heel only Stamping should not be with such force as to jar the leg The stamping foot does not take weight See also stomp
If something bears the stamp of a particular quality or person, it clearly has that quality or was done by that person. Most of us want to make our home a familiar place and put the stamp of our personality on its walls. = mark see also rubber stamp
If you stamp or stamp your foot, 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. Often he teased me till my temper went and I stamped and screamed, feeling furiously helpless His foot stamped down on the accelerator She stamped her feet on the pavement to keep out the cold. Stamp is also a noun. hearing the creak of a door and the stamp of cold feet
The placing of either foot with firm pressure onto the floor producing a heavy sound with the foot flat Can be performed with or without weight (see appel)
to mark, or produce an imprint in or on something; "a man whose name is permanently stamped on our maps"
To put a stamp on, as for postage; as, to stamp a letter; to stamp a legal document
The act of stamping, as with the foot
An officially issued postage label, often adhesive, attesting that payment has been rendered for mail delivery Initially used as a verb, meaning to imprint or impress; as in, to stamp a design
`Tis of the right stamp - has the stamp of genuine merit A metaphor taken from current coin, which is stamped with a recognised stamp and superscription
To crush; to pulverize; specifically Metal
a token that postal fees have been paid
a block or die used to imprint a mark or design
If you stamp on something, you put your foot down on it very hard. He received the original ban last week after stamping on the referee's foot during the supercup final
treat or classify according to a mental stereotype; "I was stereotyped as a lazy Southern European"
raise in a relief; "embossed stationary"
To strike; to beat; to crush
a symbol that is the result of printing; "he put his stamp on the envelope"
to mint; to coin
walk heavily; "The men stomped through the snow in their heavy boots"
To impress; to imprint; to fix deeply; as, to stamp virtuous principles on the heart
An instrument for cutting out, or shaping, materials, as paper, leather, etc
Generic term used to describe any kind of marking equipment or process
reveal clearly as having a certain character; "His playing stamps him as a Romantic"
{f} strike the floor or ground forcefully with one's foot; trample, crush; extinguish, put out; put down, suppress; attach stamps to a postal parcel; mark, imprint; characterize
that which is marked; a thing stamped
The which stamps; any instrument for making impressions on other bodies, as a die
form or cut out with a mold, form, or die; "stamp needles"
A picture cut in wood or metal, or made by impression; a cut; a plate
by a downward pressure
Object with raised or incuse lettering, wording or design, in reverse, used to impress or print the said device
An offical mark set upon things chargeable with a duty or tax to government, as evidence that the duty or tax is paid; as, the stamp on a bill of exchange
The mark made by stamping; a mark imprinted; an impression
To strike beat, or press forcibly with the bottom of the foot, or by thrusting the foot downward
reveal clearly as having a certain character; "His playing stamps him as a Romantic
destroy or extinguish as if by stamping with the foot; "Stamp fascism into submission"; "stamp out tyranny"
to crush by the blow of a heavy stamp, as ore in a mill
If you stamp somewhere, you walk there putting your feet down very hard on the ground because you are angry. `I'm going before things get any worse!' he shouted as he stamped out of the bedroom = stomp
{i} postage stamp; imprint, seal; tool for stamping out words or symbols, die; mark, characteristic; type, kind; act of striking the ground or floor with one's foot
a type or class; "more men of his stamp are needed"
Fig
A stamp 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 a stamp. a date stamp and an ink pad You may live only where the stamp in your passport says you may
affix a stamp to; "Are the letters properly stamped?"
a block or die used to imprint a mark or design machine consisting of a heavy bar that moves vertically for pounding or crushing ores a symbol that is the result of printing; "he put his stamp on the envelope"
If you stamp a mark or word on an object, you press the mark or word onto the object using a stamp or other device. Car manufacturers stamp a vehicle identification number at several places on new cars to help track down stolen vehicles `Eat before JULY 14' was stamped on the label
A half-penny
machine consisting of a heavy bar that moves vertically for pounding or crushing ores
A stamp or a postage 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. a book of stamps two first class stamps. see also food stamp
To bring down (the foot) forcibly on the ground or floor; as, he stamped his foot with rage
A cryptogram computed over a message with the help of a shared secret key, with which message integrity can be verified Used in symmetric cryptography instead of a cryptographic signature
Hence, a stamped or printed device, issued by the government at a fixed price, and required by law to be affixed to, or stamped on, certain papers, as evidence that the government dues are paid; as, a postage stamp; a receipt stamp, etc
stamp battery
A stamp mill
stamp duty
A tax levied upon certain documents; a stamp being applied to show that tax has been paid
stamp hinge
A small gummed strip of folded glassine paper, used to mount stamps on an album page
stamp hinges
plural form of stamp hinge
stamp mill
type of mill machine that crushes material by pounding rather than grinding, either for further processing or for extraction of metallic ores
stamp out
To get rid of, eradicate

Since 1956, Nasution had been trying to stamp out corruption in the Army.

stamp pad
A porous pad, often made of a felt-like material, impregnated with ink, used for inking rubber stamps
stamp pads
plural form of stamp pad
stamp-collecting
The hobby of collecting and displaying postage stamps and related items
stamp paper
[MASS NOUN] the gummed marginal paper at the edge of a sheet of postage stamps
Stamp Act
a British law made in 1765 which put a tax on Britain's colonies in North America. According to this law, various documents had to carry a stamp, which had to be paid for. This caused a lot of anger in the colonies, and opponents of the law used the phrase "No taxation without representation", meaning that it was unfair to make them pay taxes to Britain when they did not have any representatives in the British parliament. Although the tax was removed in 1766, the Stamp Act and the anger that it caused was one of the events that led to the American Revolutionary War. (1765) British parliamentary measure to tax the American colonies. To pay for costs resulting from the French and Indian War, the British sought to raise revenue through a stamp tax on printed matter. A common revenue device in England, the tax was vigorously opposed by the colonists, whose representatives had not been consulted. Colonists refused to use the stamps, and mobs intimidated stamp agents. The Stamp Act Congress, with representatives from nine colonies, met to petition Parliament to repeal the act. Faced with additional protests from British merchants whose exports had been reduced by colonial boycotts, Parliament repealed the act (1766), then passed the Declaratory Act
stamp act
an act passed by the British parliment in 1756 that raised revenue from the American colonies by a duty in the form of a stamp required on all newspapers and legal or commercial documents; opposition by the colonies resulted in the repeal of the act in 1766
stamp album
album where one keeps one's collection of postage stamps
stamp album
an album for stamps
stamp catalogue
book that has pictures and explanations regarding stamps
stamp collecting
gathering of postage stamps
stamp collecting
Stamp collecting is the hobby of building up a collection of stamps. the practice of collecting stamps from interest or because of their financial value collector
stamp collecting
philately: the collection and study of postage stamps
stamp collection
series of various postage stamps from different countries that were collected by a stamp-collector
stamp collection
philately: the collection and study of postage stamps
stamp collection
a collection of stamps
stamp collector
person who collects postage stamps as a hobby
stamp dealer
a dealer in stamps (whose customers are stamp collectors)
stamp duty
This is a government tax payable by the Buyer of a property and the rate is calculated in bands according to the purchase price of the property The Buyer's legal representative will deal with the payment of Stamp Duty immediately after completion has taken place
stamp duty
The tax a buyer pays if the property they are buying costs over £60,000 Current rates are: Up to £60,000 - no duty is payable £60,001 to £250,000 - 1% of the total purchase price £250,001 to £500,000 - 3% of the total purchase price £500,001+ - 4% of the total purchase price Levels and bases of, and reliefs from, taxation are subject to change
stamp duty
Stamp duty is a tax imposed by the government
stamp duty
Includes conveyancing and lease duty (prior to 20 May 1999), cheque duty, credit card duty (prior to 1 April 1998) and approved issuer levy
stamp duty
All property purchases over £60,000 is taxed 1% by the government See fee, arrangement fee, fees added to loan, booking fee, conveyancing fee, land registry fees, IGP and valuation fee
stamp duty
This is a Government tax which is levied when a property is purchased The tax is paid by a property purchaser and is currently charged at the following rates: 1% - £60,000-£250,001 3% - £250,001 -£500,000 4% - £500,001 and above It should be noted that the rate is paid on the whole purchase price and not just on the slice, e g £500,001 requires stamp duty of £20,000 to be paid This is 4% of £500,001
stamp duty
This is levied on the purchase price of the property and is also levied on mortgage documents Some concessions may apply
stamp duty
A government tax of 1% of the full purchase price of a property costing between £60,000 and £250,000; 2 5% on those costing £250,001 to £500,000; and 3 5% where the price is £500,001 or more
stamp duty
A State Government Tax For contracts of sale it is calculated according to the sale value on the contract For mortgages, it is calculated on the amount secured by a mortgage
stamp duty
Stamp duty is a government tax for the privilege of buying a house Currently the tax is 1% of the property's value for those valued at between £60,000 and £249,000, 3% for properties valued between £250k - £500k and 5% over £500k
stamp duty
tax on postage stamps
stamp duty
In Britain, stamp duty is a tax that you pay to the government when you buy a house. a tax that must be paid in Britain on particular legal documents that have to be officially checked, especially when buying a house
stamp duty
A tax on legal documents, such as conveyances, leases, etc The stamps, which are either impressed or adhesive, certify payment
stamp duty
A tax (currently 1%) paid on the purchase of properties costing more than £60,000
stamp duty
A Government tax imposed on the buying of shares and property Currently, stamp duty on share purchases applies at the rate of 0 5% Stamp duty only applies to purchases and not to sales
stamp duty
A tax you pay on buying shares (0 5%) or buying properties (1%) In the latter case, stamp duty starts to be charged at £60,000
stamp duty
In the UK, a tax levied on the purchase of shares
stamp duty
The Government currently levies a tax of 0 5% on most share purchases New issues are exempt from stamp duty as are Government gilts
stamp duty
Government levies a duty on certain legal documents and financial contracts
stamp duty
A tax levied on certain legal transactions, these include share dealing and the purchase of property
stamp duty
Stamp duty is a state government tax which is payable when a property is sold Stamp duty is calculated on the purchase price of the property and is paid by the buyer Each state and territory has a different rate of duty
stamp duty
Government tax on the purchase price of a property which currently stands at: 1% between £60,001 and £250,000 3% between £250,001 and £500,000 4% on £500,001 and above These rates are subject to change by the government
stamp duty
Tax on the market value of the transactions with the exception of certain fixed interest securities Rates and paying parties vary by country and type of instrument
stamp duty
A tax you pay on properties which cost over £60,000
stamp duty
A Government tax which has to be paid when buying a house with a purchase price of £60,000 or more
stamp duty
A tax you pay on properties which cost over £60,000 This is charged as follows: Property value 60k - 250k stamp duty = 1% Property value 250k - 500k stamp duty = 2% Property value 500k+ stamp duty = 3% So a property costing £67,500 would have stamp duty of £675 [top]
stamp duty
A government tax or charge on tenancy agreements over $125 per week rent
stamp duty
a tax collected by requiring a stamp to be purchased and attached (usually on documents or publications)
stamp mill
a mill in which ore is crushed with stamps
stamp on
If someone stamps on a dishonest or undesirable activity, they act immediately to stop it happening or spreading. The tone of her voice was designed to stamp on this topic of conversation once and for all
stamp out
end or extinguish by forceful means; "Stamp out poverty!"
stamp out
end or extinguish by forceful means; "Stamp out poverty!
stamp out
exterminate, uproot
stamp out
If you stamp out something bad that is happening, you make it stop. Dr Muffett stressed that he was opposed to bullying in schools and that action would be taken to stamp it out
stamp pad
pad: a block of absorbent material saturated with ink; used to transfer ink evenly to a rubber stamp
stamp tax
– An act passed by the British Parliament in 1765 to tax certain transactions and printed items in the American colonies
stamp tax
The dollar cost of stamps which in some jurisdictions are required to be affixed to certain legal documents such as deeds prior to recordation in the land records
stamp tax
Stamp tax is a revenue raised by means of stamps affixed to certain contracts such as for the conveyance of property The tax rates are based on a scale of charges according to the sale price of the property
stamp tax
The charge levied by governments on the transfer of property
stamp tax
a tax collected by requiring a stamp to be purchased and attached (usually on documents or publications)
I need a postage stamp
Indicates that the speaker needs a postage stamp
charity stamp
A postage stamp which includes a premium for charitable causes in addition to the charge for postal service
cinderella stamp
A label resembling a postage stamp, but not issued for postal purposes by a government postal administration
could be written on the back of a postage stamp
Is very small or limited

Something classical that Annie couldn't immediately place, which was hardly surprising given that what Annie knew about symphonies could be written on the back of a postage stamp.

could fit on the back of a postage stamp
Alternative form of could be written on the back of a postage stamp
duck stamp
An adhesive stamp sold by the US Federal and various state governments as proof of payment for a duck hunting licence, with the proceeds used for conservation programs
food stamp
A stamp or similar paper document (e.g. coupon) issued to be exchanged in shops or storage facilities for food, or (by extension) for other essential provisions, notably in a rationing system or as a non-financial form of welfare benefit

The authorities claim they turned from unemployment checks to food stamps to avoid alcoholists wasting their families' allowances in pubs.

forever stamp
A postage stamp with no indicated monetary value and indefinitely valid for a given service, e.g. a domestic first-class letter under 20 grams
hot stamp
An impression made in a hot metal forging
postage stamp
A small piece of printed paper stuck on an item to be mailed, indicating that postage has been paid

The postage stamps on the letters from overseas were almost as interesting as the letters themselves.

postage stamp
A very small area

We have just a postage stamp of a back garden.

revenue stamp
A stamp to affix as proof that the tax due on the marked product has been paid
rubber stamp
Of a person, organisation, or process, making decisions or approving matters routinely or without real power, as rubber stamp politics, a rubber stamp committee
rubber stamp
to process, approve or decide matters routinely rather than through careful consideration

They usually just rubber stamp orders under $100.

rubber stamp
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.

rubber stamp
A person or organisation who approves, routinely or as a formality, matters decided by some other person or organisation
stamped
Simple past tense and past participle of stamp
stamping
A part made by such a method
stamping
A method of manufacturing using dies and extreme pressure
stamps
plural form of stamp
stamps
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stamp
tax stamp
Adhesive stamp used to pay tax rather than postage, sometimes used on official documents
time-stamp
Alternative spelling of to timestamp
time-stamp
Alternative spelling of timestamp
trading stamp
a small paper coupon, given by a retailer to a customer; they may be saved up and redeemed for goods
tramp stamp
A tattoo on a woman's lower back

This monkey has a thing for blong female zookeepers, but only if they have tatoos.... Sibu the orangutan likes Goldilocks with a tramp stamp.

yuppie food stamp
A $20 bill, as dispensed from an ATM

We need change, but all I have is a yuppie food stamp.

stamper
{n} an instrument used for pounding
stamping
{n} the act of striking, an impression
International Stamp Exhibition
exhibition of stamps from all over the world
The Stamp Act
tax on printed materials that the British imposed on the American colonies in 1765 (first direct tax imposed, one of the events that lead to the Revolutionary War)
adhesive stamp
stamp with glue on one side for adhesion to a letter
affix a stamp
attach a stamp
date stamp
a) an object used for printing the date on documents b) the mark that it makes
date-stamp
stamp which is used to record the current date on various documents
food stamp
In the United States, food stamps are official vouchers that are given to people with low incomes to be exchanged for food. A stamp or coupon, issued by the government to persons with low incomes, that can be redeemed for food at stores. food coupon an official piece of paper that the US government gives to poor people so they can buy food
food stamp
government-issued stamps used in exchange for food
impressive stamp
imprinted stamp
postage stamp
A postage stamp is a small piece of gummed paper that you buy from the post office and stick on an envelope or package before you post it. = stamp. A small, usually adhesive label issued by a government and sold in various denominations to be affixed to items of mail as evidence of the payment of postage. a stamp
postage stamp
a token that postal fees have been paid
postage stamp
official stamp applied to a piece of mail to show that postage has been paid
postal stamp
official stamp applied to a piece of mail to show that postage has been paid
press a stamp on paper
make a stamp on a document, imprint a document with a stamp
revenue stamp
a stamp that is put on an object to show that a government tax has been paid
revenue stamp
government stamp on documents and official certificates, special stamp used on contracts
revenue stamp
A stamp affixed to an item as proof that a government tax has been paid
rubber stamp
a stamp (usually made of rubber) for imprinting a mark or design by hand
rubber stamp
routine authorization of an action without questions
rubber stamp
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
rubber stamp
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
rubber stamp
{i} type of stamp used for printing a name or date on a document
rubber stamp
{f} imprint with a rubber stamp; approve automatically
rubber-stamp
to give official approval to something without really thinking about it - used to show disapproval
served as a rubber stamp
person who has no authority other than to certify the decisions of others
stamped
A stamped envelope or package has a stamp stuck on it
stamped
past of stamp
stamped
marked with the impression of a seal
stamped
{s} having a postage stamp affixed; marked with a seal
stamper
a workman whose job is to form or cut out by applying a mold or die (either by hand or by operating a stamping machine)
stamper
someone who walks with a heavy noisy gait or who stamps on the ground a workman whose job is to form or cut out by applying a mold or die (either by hand or by operating a stamping machine)
stamper
An instrument for pounding or stamping
stamper
The electroformed part made from a mother and containing a reversed data image of the final disc Becomes part of a mold for the injection molding replication process
stamper
a power tool that stamps; "a metal stamper"
stamper
someone who walks with a heavy noisy gait or who stamps on the ground
stamper
One who stamps
stamper
A master etched with grooves and address for the mass production of magneto optical disk substrates
stamper
A part created by plating onto the 'mother' in the electroforming process It is then separated from the mother and used in the injection molding process to create the clear plastic discs [BACK]
stamper
cream of the crop concrete finisher
stamper
{i} one that stamps; implement for stamping; stamping machine; implement for pounding or grinding
stamping
from Stamp, v
stamping
- The mechanical production (since c 1820) of ready-made parts in quantity, complete with their decoration, by the use of hard steel dies cut in reverse to the required pattern Stamped borders, strapwork, etc , used from the 16th century, were hand-hammered from the back, also using hand-cut dies
stamping
The process of stamping with metal leaf upon properly prepared leather, paper or other material with hot metal type or dies
stamping
Process of pressing with a powerful die a metal blank into a predetermined shape (or pattern) The metal used must be ductile (malleable) enough to bend into shape without breaking
stamping
A kind of preforming technology in RTM used to shape thermoformable continuous strand mat into complex preforms
stamping
1 Impressing shapes and textures through the use of punches 2 Cutting out multiple blanks with a die
stamping
{i} attaching of stamps; imprinting; trampling
stamping
metalworking operation that shears and forms parts using tools and dies
stamping
A manufacturing process in which a pattern e g , rings, earrings, pendants etc are pressed from sheet material The operation is performed by punching a shaped tool or die through a piece of sheet using a hydraulic or hand operated presses
stamping
A feature created by embossing sheet metal The different stampings available are: point, extruded hole, curve, surface, bridge, louver and stiffening rib
stamping
A technique using hand-made or commercial metal stamps on damp leather to create a pattern or to depress the background of a carved piece
stamping
Also foil stamping, blind stamping Producing an image on the cover of a book using a raised die to deboss and area, with or without foil
stamping
A technique of using hand-made or commercial metal stamps to make impressions on damp leather, lends itself to simple primitive designs and allover geometric patterns The skill lies in the exact alignment of the impressions and the use of a constant striking force
stamping
Transferring an impression from a die by the application of heat and pressure; commonly used to decorate cases Usually done with the addition of a foil which is transferred from a carrier membrane to a case to top
stamping
present participle of stamp
stamps
Annotation where preselected text or graphic can be placed on an image page
stamps
with a common design or theme issued, either simultaneously or over a period of time, for a common purpose
stamps
plural of stamp
Türkçe - İngilizce

stamp teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

ilan pulu revenue stamp affixed
to advertisements
stamp

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    stämp

    Telaffuz

    /ˈstamp/ /ˈstæmp/

    Etimoloji

    [ stamp; vt2a & vi2 are a ] (verb.) 13th century. From Middle English stampen (“to pound, crush”), from assumed Old English *stampian, variant of Old English stempan (“to crush, pound, pound in mortar, stamp”), from Proto-Germanic *stampianan, *stampōjanan (“to trample, beat”), from Proto-Indo-European *stemb- (“to trample down”). Cognate with Dutch stampen (“to stamp, pitch”), German stampfen (“to stamp”), Danish stampe (“to stamp”), Swedish stampa (“to stomp”). See also stomp.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    stamp out

    Günün kelimesi

    neanderthal