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tr.v. rub·ber-stamped, rub·ber-stamp·ing, rub·ber-stamps
1. To mark with the imprint of a rubber stamp.
2. To endorse, vote for, or approve without question or deliberation.
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Past participle: rubber-stamped
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verb agree to, buy (slang), adopt, approve, endorse, consent to, buy into (slang), take on board, accede to Nearly 60 banks have rubber-stamped a refinancing deal.
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rubber-stamp[ˌrʌbəˈstæmp] VT (officially) → aprobar con carácter oficial (fig) (= without questioning) → aprobar maquinalmente
see also rubber
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rubber-stamp[ˌrʌbəˈstæmp] vt (fig) → approvare senza discussione
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