|(British) garbage collector||dustman|
|(British) garbage collector; garbage man||binman|
|accumulator, hoarder; collector||amasser|
|act of printing another color or additional material on a surface that has already been printed; printing of an excessive amount; postage stamp which has been overprinted with additional information, add printing to something, additional printing, over...||overprint|
|action of banging down a foot, bang a foot down forcibly, cancellation across a postage stamp, characteristic of something, crush rocks, design printed onto paper with a stamp, gummed paper as an official mark, gummed paper paying for postage, have a l...||stamp|
|activity or occupation which is done for pleasure or amusement (i.e. stamp collecting, sewing), enjoyable activity, small gray falcon||hobby|
|additional print, newly-printed copy of an earlier publication, copy of something already published, impression of postage stamp, offprint, print again, make another copy of printed material, print something again, reissue of printed work||reprint|
|affect strongly; make an impression; emphasize; stamp, make a mark using pressure, apply a voltage, force to serve, influence deeply or please greatly, make clearly understood, press a shape into something, seize||impress|
|any of several species of carnivorous marine mammals from the suborder Pinnipedia; imprint; stamp, insignia; material used to tightly close an opening or object; mark, symbol; sign of approval or authorization, attach authenticating seal to something, ...||seal|
|Australian bird, avid collector, chattering black-and-white bird, long-tailed black-and-white bird with a chattering call and mischievous habits; person who talks all the time, chatterbox, talkative person||magpie|
|beat somebody with a stick, beat up; defeat, blow with a stick, defeat an opponent, stamp your feet||drub|
|book collector, one who loves books, collector of books||bibliophile|
|brownish-gray, brownish-gray color, brownish-gray horse, debt collector, demand for payment; creditor, demand payment, gloomy, harass for debt payment, payment demand||dun|
|cancel stamp before mailing, precanceled stamp, stamp which is voided in advance, previously canceled stamp, void a postage stamp, invalidate a postage stamp||precancel|
|cease living; be extinguished; stop; desire, long for, pine for, dado, die as stated, mold, numbered cube used in games, part of pedestal, small six-sided cube used in games of chance; engraved stamp used in coining money, stamping or pressing tool, st...||die|
|certify legally, legalize with a stamp of a notary public||notarize|
|charge extra, extra charge, make somebody personally responsible for repayment, mark on stamp, overburden, overcharge, raise stamp value by overprinting||surcharge|
|close again, resecure; reauthorize, reapprove; conclude again, reestablish; mark with an official stamp or symbol||reseal|
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