stamp (something) onto (someone or something)

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stamp (something) onto (someone or something)

To imprint or impress some label, mark, words, or design on someone or something. At the final stage of manufacturing process, a machine stamps the company's logo onto the bottom of each toy on the assembly line. The assessor stamped the word "DENIED" in big red letters onto the person's application. The bouncer stamped symbols onto us as we entered the club so the bartenders would know whether they could serve us drinks or not.
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stamp something onto something

to affix an informative label onto something, as with a rubber stamp. she stamped her name and address onto all her books. Tom stamped his identification onto all his papers and books.
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For example, a penny is worth one cent, and every coin has the year it was made stamped onto it.
Kimberley had applied overnight fake tan but when she woke up she got a surprise when she realised the Adidas logo from her gym leggings had stamped onto her leg - two tones darker than the rest of her body.
They are so coveted they have 'Pinched from Virgin Atlantic' stamped onto the feet to try to discourage light-fingered passengers.
They can also be embedded into paper and plastic or can be hot stamped onto a document.
Teachers of large classes in the lower grades might simplify this project with white tempera stamped onto black paper.
Finally, visitors will get visa stamped onto their passport at Vietnam International Airport.
Blitz cans had warnings stamped onto them, which cautioned people against using gas to start fires.
After about 10-15 minutes, when all the ink was completely soaked by the stamp, patterns of IDE could be stamped onto glass substrates (two IDEs on each substrate).
Parker had filed away its serial number, so a new one had to be obtained from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and stamped onto the gun in order to complete the sale.
Officially, MRP stands for the government-recommended Maximum Retail Price which, by law, has to be stamped onto all packaged goods.
These delicate structures are stamped onto a sheet of silkworm silk and then packaged in more silk.