In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(device)sello masculinotampón masculino
- Stencil rollers have a raised pattern on a hard rubber roller, similar to a rubber stamp.
- Be warned: as a mold is put under heat and pressure every time a rubber stamp is created, it may only last for 40-60 stamp vulcanizations.
- With a woodcut, as with the modern lino-cut, it's much harder: the artist has to use a chisel to gouge and carve away the wood on each side of the line, which stands up from the base of the woodcut like the letters on a rubber stamp.
- At Ben-Gurion, all passengers who have completed luggage check-in pass through gates leading up to passport control, where they are cleared with a rubber stamp in their passport after a brief computer check.
- Harland reaches for a rubber stamp at the corner of his desk.
- A facsimile signature imprinted by means of a rubber stamp can be just as thoughtfully executed by a person as can a mark.
- There's a distinctly retro look to this space; '80s style phones alongside a big pile of papers receiving the imprint of a rubber stamp.
- The image created is a reverse of the relief, just like the print from a rubber stamp.
- The prison chaplain walked up to me and asked for my hand, on which he placed a rubber stamp.
- Use a rubber stamp to ink the image repeatedly onto white cardstock; cut images out.
- Using the box or linoleum cutter, carve away the non-inked areas of the eraser; this will create a rubber stamp out of the raised surfaces.
- The result looks like an imprint from a branding iron or rubber stamp and initially will be stuck over the old name to reinforce its meaning, and the fact that it is only a change of image.
- Some of the false claims were made with false signatures of patients, while others saw him use a rubber stamp on forms that should have been signed.
- Notice how much finer detail you get from the laser cut in the clay on the left as opposed to the rubber stamp embossed into the clay on the right!
2(approval)visto bueno masculinoit got / was given the rubber stamp — le dieron el visto bueno
- the Assembly was merely a rubber stamp for his policies — la Asamblea no tenía otra función que la de refrendar sus políticas
- It is a rubber stamp for continued dictatorship and terrorism.
- It was a complete rubber stamp with no acknowledgement of our case.
- The rubber stamp comes despite continued concerns over the plan's inclusion of a spur with railway lines leading into the Town Beach bay.
- Faced with a review that would need to be more than a rubber stamp, the government seems to have mounted a diplomatic and media effort aimed at discrediting its own tribunal.
- A lot of parents look to accreditation as a rubber stamp of a school's pedigree.
- The long-term future of this funding is not guaranteed and the existing state aid package is still awaiting a rubber stamp from Brussels.
- Why not just give it a rubber stamp and move ahead?
- Critics said the procedure amounted to little more than a rubber stamp.
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