English version

postage stamp

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Mail
postage stampˈpostage stamp noun [countable]  formalTCM a stamp
Examples from the Corpus
postage stampIn its upper right corner, where it belonged, a postage stamp had been etched in the yellow gold.Improbable because compared to the plump, leather-lined Bentley, a barn door has the frontal area of a postage stamp.Finally, from the 40p would be deducted the cost of the telephone call or postage stamp to make the complaint.
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