This page is about the phrasal verb stamp out
Meaning: to stop something bad or harmful by taking strong action against itSynonym: eradicate (formal)
- stamp out sth The government is trying to stamp out police corruption.
- stamp sth out Universities want to stamp cheating in exams out, but students are very cunning.
Nouns often used as objects with stamp out: crime, corruption, fraud, racism, sexism, cheating, bad behaviour, hate crimes
The taxation department is trying to stamp out
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Contributor: Matt Errey