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noun
a device for stamping the date and time of day that letters, packages, etc., are received or mailed.
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Origin of time stamp

First recorded in 1890–95
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British Dictionary definitions for time stamp

time-stamp

verb (tr)
to assign an accurate time to (a message, transaction, etc)
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