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pad

  
[1]  
      n  
1    a thick piece of soft material used to make something comfortable, give it shape, or protect it  
2    a guard made of flexible resilient material worn in various sports to protect parts of the body  
3      (Also called)    stamp pad, ink pad          a block of firm absorbent material soaked with ink for transferring to a rubber stamp  
4      (Also called)    notepad, writing pad   a number of sheets of paper fastened together along one edge  
5    a flat piece of stiff material used to back a piece of blotting paper  
6   
a    the fleshy cushion-like underpart of the foot of a cat, dog, etc.  
b    any of the parts constituting such a structure  
7    any of various level surfaces or flat-topped structures, such as a launch pad  
8      (Entomol)      a nontechnical name for       pulvillus  
9    the large flat floating leaf of the water lily  
10      (Electronics)   a resistive attenuator network inserted in the path of a signal to reduce amplitude or to match one circuit to another  
11    Slang   a person's residence  
12    Slang   a bed or bedroom  
      vb   , pads, padding, padded   tr  
13    to line, stuff, or fill out with soft material, esp. in order to protect or give shape to  
14    often foll by: out   to inflate with irrelevant or false information  
to pad out a story     
     (C16: origin uncertain; compare Low German pad sole of the foot)  
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stamp  
      vb  
1    when intr, often foll by: on   to bring (the foot) down heavily (on the ground, etc.)  
2    intr   to walk with heavy or noisy footsteps  
3    intr; foll by: on   to repress, extinguish, or eradicate  
he stamped on any criticism     
4    tr   to impress or mark (a particular device or sign) on (something)  
5    to mark (something) with an official impress, seal, or device  
to stamp a passport     
6    tr   to fix or impress permanently  
the date was stamped on her memory     
7    tr   to affix a postage stamp to  
8    tr   to distinguish or reveal  
that behaviour stamps him as a cheat     
9    to pound or crush (ores, etc.)  
      n  
10    the act or an instance of stamping  
11   
a       See       postage stamp  
b    a mark applied to postage stamps for cancellation purposes  
12    a similar piece of gummed paper used for commercial or trading purposes  
13    a block, die, etc., used for imprinting a design or device  
14    a design, device, or mark that has been stamped  
15    a characteristic feature or trait; hallmark  
the story had the stamp of authenticity     
16    a piece of gummed paper or other mark applied to official documents to indicate payment of a fee, validity, ownership, etc.  
17      (Brit)  
informal   a national insurance contribution, formerly recorded by means of a stamp on an official card  
18    type or class  
we want to employ men of his stamp     
19    an instrument or machine for crushing or pounding ores, etc., or the pestle in such a device,   (See also)        stamp out  
     (Old English stampe; related to Old High German stampfon to stamp, Old Norse stappa)  
  stamper      n  


date stamp  
      n  
1    an adjustable rubber stamp for recording the date  
2    an inked impression made by this  
health stamp  
      n     (N.Z)   a postage stamp with a surcharge that is used to support a health camp  
postage due stamp  
      n   a stamp affixed by a Post Office to a letter, parcel, etc., indicating that insufficient or no postage has been prepaid and showing the amount to be paid by the addressee on delivery  
postage stamp  
      n  
1    a printed paper label with a gummed back for attaching to mail as an official indication that the required postage has been paid  
2    a mark directly printed or embossed on an envelope, postcard, etc., serving the same function  
rubber stamp  
      n  
1    a device used for imprinting dates or commonly used phrases on forms, invoices, etc.  
2    automatic authorization of a payment, proposal, etc., without challenge  
3    a person who makes such automatic authorizations; a cipher or person of little account  
      vb  
  rubber-stamp   tr  
4    to imprint (forms, invoices, etc.) with a rubber stamp  
5    Informal   to approve automatically  
Stamp Act  
      n   a law passed by the British Parliament requiring all publications and legal and commercial documents in the American colonies to bear a tax stamp (1765): a cause of unrest in the colonies  
stamp collecting  
      n      another name for       philately  
  stamp collector      n  
stamp duty   , tax  
      n   a tax on legal documents, publications, etc., the payment of which is certified by the attaching or impressing of official stamps  
stamp mill  
      n     (Metallurgy)   a machine for crushing ore  
stamp out  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to put out or extinguish by stamping  
to stamp out a fire     
2    to crush or suppress by force  
to stamp out a rebellion     
trading stamp  
      n   (esp. formerly) a stamp of stated value given by some retail organizations to customers, according to the value of their purchases and redeemable for articles offered on a premium list  

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stamp

  

      vb  
1    beat, crush, trample  
2    engrave, fix, impress, imprint, inscribe, mark, mould, print  
3    betray, brand, categorize, exhibit, identify, label, mark, pronounce, reveal, show to be, typecast  
      n  
4    brand, cast, earmark, hallmark, imprint, mark, mould, signature  
5    breed, cast, character, cut, description, fashion, form, kind, sort, type  


stamp collecting     
philately  
stamp out     
crush, destroy, eliminate, eradicate, extinguish, extirpate, put down, put out, quell, quench, scotch, suppress  

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exp.
(colloquially) tattoo on the lower back
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