imprimatur [im-pri-mah-ter, -mey-, -prahy-]
1. an official license to print or publish a book, pamphlet, etc., especially a license issued by a censor of the Roman Catholic Church. Compare nihil obstat.
2. sanction or approval; support: Our plan has the company president's imprimatur.
Origin: 1630-40; < New Latin: let it be printed, Latin: let it be made by pressing upon (something); see impress
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