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re·stock

 (rē-stŏk′)
tr.v. re·stocked, re·stock·ing, re·stocks
To furnish new stock for; stock again.

restock

(riːˈstɒk)
vb
to replenish stores or supplies (of)

restock


Past participle: restocked
Gerund: restocking

Imperative
restock
restock
Present
I restock
you restock
he/she/it restocks
we restock
you restock
they restock
Preterite
I restocked
you restocked
he/she/it restocked
we restocked
you restocked
they restocked
Present Continuous
I am restocking
you are restocking
he/she/it is restocking
we are restocking
you are restocking
they are restocking
Present Perfect
I have restocked
you have restocked
he/she/it has restocked
we have restocked
you have restocked
they have restocked
Past Continuous
I was restocking
you were restocking
he/she/it was restocking
we were restocking
you were restocking
they were restocking
Past Perfect
I had restocked
you had restocked
he/she/it had restocked
we had restocked
you had restocked
they had restocked
Future
I will restock
you will restock
he/she/it will restock
we will restock
you will restock
they will restock
Future Perfect
I will have restocked
you will have restocked
he/she/it will have restocked
we will have restocked
you will have restocked
they will have restocked
Future Continuous
I will be restocking
you will be restocking
he/she/it will be restocking
we will be restocking
you will be restocking
they will be restocking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been restocking
you have been restocking
he/she/it has been restocking
we have been restocking
you have been restocking
they have been restocking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been restocking
you will have been restocking
he/she/it will have been restocking
we will have been restocking
you will have been restocking
they will have been restocking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been restocking
you had been restocking
he/she/it had been restocking
we had been restocking
you had been restocking
they had been restocking
Conditional
I would restock
you would restock
he/she/it would restock
we would restock
you would restock
they would restock
Past Conditional
I would have restocked
you would have restocked
he/she/it would have restocked
we would have restocked
you would have restocked
they would have restocked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.restock - stock again; "He restocked his land with pheasants"
animal husbandry - breeding and caring for farm animals
stock - provide or furnish with a stock of something; "stock the larder with meat"
Translations
nachschlichten

restock

[ˈriːˈstɒk]
A. VT [+ larder] → reabastecer; [+ pond] → repoblar (with de)
B. VI we restocked with Brand Xrenovamos las existencias con la Marca X

restock

[ˌriːˈstɒk] vt
[+ fridge, shelf, shop] → réapprovisionner
[+ lake, river] → repeupler

restock

vt shelves, fridge, barwieder auffüllen; pondwieder (mit Fischen) besetzen; farmden Viehbestand (+gen)erneuern

restock

[ˌriːˈstɒk] vtrifornire
References in classic literature ?
At Sixty Mile they restocked provisions, added a few pounds of letters to their load, and held steadily on.
The Babu's famous drug-box proved useless, though Kim had restocked it at Bombay.
akumatt restocked five of its major branches in Nairobi on Friday, bringing to the fore the behind-the-scenes recovery deals that are expected to pump life in the sinking giant retailer.
We will have restocked 95 per cent of our 20 stores by weekend," he said.
The manager and security shut the aisle while they restocked the shelves.
Proffers will also check to sec that these timers are working appropriately for each school%s schedule each time the machine is restocked.
AN EAST Cleveland beck is once again home to thousands of sea trout after it was restocked by the Environment Agency.
In previous years, charr have also been restocked into Llyn Crafnant near Trefriw to bolster the back-up population there.
Just days later, Fowles had restocked and he was caught with a further 24,000 cigarettes and 39kg of tobacco.
business inventories rose in October as retailers restocked their shelves at the fastest pace since July, while sales declined.
companies restocked more slowly in March, continuing a trend that has limited economic growth this year, the government reported Tuesday.