To strike beat, or press forcibly with the bottom of the foot, or by thrusting the foot downward.
- To bring down (the foot) forcibly.
- To bring the foot down onto (an object or surface) forcibly.
- To extinguish or destroy by or as if by trampling underfoot: stamped the rebellion; stamp out a fire.
- To crush or grind with a heavy instrument: stamp ore.
- To form or cut out by application of a mold, form, or die.
- To imprint or impress with a mark, design, or seal.
- To impress forcibly or permanently.
- To affix an adhesive stamp to.
- To identify, characterize, or reveal: stamped her a traitor to the cause.
- To thrust the foot forcibly downward.
- To walk with forcible, heavy steps. See Usage Note at stomp.
- The act of stamping.
- An implement or device used to impress, cut out, or shape something to which it is applied.
- An impression or shape formed by such an implement or device. See Synonyms at impression.
- An official mark, design, or seal that indicates ownership, approval, completion, or the payment of a tax.
- A small piece of gummed paper sold by a government for attachment to an article that is to be mailed; a postage stamp.
- A similar piece of gummed paper issued for a specific purpose: trading stamps.
- An identifying or characterizing mark or impression: His work bears the stamp of genius.
- Characteristic nature or quality: a person of her stamp.
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റബർ മുദ്ര - Rabar Mudhra ;തറയിൽ ആഞ്ഞുചവിട്ടുക - Tharayil Aanjuchavittuka | Tharayil anjuchavittuka ;കണ്ണടച്ച് അനുസരിക്കുന്നവൻ - Kannadachu Anusarikkunnavan ;സ്വരൂപം - Svaroopam | swaroopam ;പ്രകാരം - Prakaaram | Prakaram ;സന്നിവേശിപ്പിക്കുക - Sanniveshippikkuka ;