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stock

 (stŏk)
n.
1. A supply accumulated for future use; a store.
2. The total merchandise kept on hand by a merchant, commercial establishment, warehouse, or manufacturer.
3.
a. All the animals kept or raised on a farm; livestock.
b. All the aquatic animals kept or raised in an aquaculture operation.
c. A population of wild animals, especially of a species that is also farmed: interactions between hatchery fish and wild stocks.
4.
a. A kind of financial security granting rights of ownership in a corporation, such as a claim to a portion of the assets and earnings of the corporation and the right to vote for the board of directors. Stock is issued and traded in units called shares.
b. The stock issued by a particular company: a mutual fund that invests in technology stocks.
c. Chiefly British The money invested in a corporation, including debt and equity.
d. Chiefly British A bond, especially a government bond.
5. The trunk or main stem of a tree or another plant.
6.
a. A plant or stem onto which a graft is made.
b. A plant or tree from which cuttings and slips are taken.
7.
a. The original progenitor of a family line.
b. The descendants of a common ancestor; a family line, especially of a specified character: comes from farming stock.
c. Ancestry or lineage; antecedents.
d. The type from which a group of animals or plants has descended.
e. A race, family, or other related group of animals or plants.
f. An ethnic group or other major division of the human race.
g. A group of related languages.
h. A group of related families of languages.
8.
a. The raw material out of which something is made.
b. Paper used for printing.
9. The broth in which meat, fish, bones, or vegetables are simmered for a relatively long period, used as a base in preparing soup, gravy, or sauces.
10.
a. A main upright part, especially a supporting structure or block.
b. stocks Nautical The timber frame that supports a ship during construction.
c. often stocks A frame in which a horse or other animal is held for shoeing or for veterinary treatment.
11. stocks A device consisting of a heavy timber frame with holes for confining the ankles and sometimes the wrists, formerly used for punishment.
12. Nautical A crosspiece at the end of the shank of an anchor.
13. The wooden block from which a bell is suspended.
14.
a. The rear wooden, metal, or plastic handle or support of a rifle, pistol, or automatic weapon, to which the barrel and mechanism are attached.
b. The long supporting structure and mooring beam of field-gun carriages that trails along the ground to provide stability and support.
15. A handle, such as that of a whip, a fishing rod, or various carpentry tools.
16. The frame of a plow, to which the share, handles, coulter, and other parts are fastened.
17.
a. A theatrical stock company.
b. The repertoire of such a company.
c. A theater or theatrical activity, especially outside of a main theatrical center: a small role in summer stock.
18. Botany Any of several Eurasian and Mediterranean plants of the genus Matthiola in the mustard family, especially M. incana, widely cultivated for its clusters of showy, fragrant, variously colored flowers.
19. Games The portion of a pack of cards or of a group of dominoes that is not dealt out but is drawn from during a game.
20. Geology A body of intrusive igneous rock of which less than 100 square kilometers (40 square miles) is exposed.
21. Zoology A compound organism, such as a colony of zooids.
22.
a. Personal reputation or status: a teacher whose stock with the students is rising.
b. Confidence or credence: I put no stock in that statement.
23.
a. A long white neckcloth worn as part of a formal riding habit.
b. A broad scarf worn around the neck, especially by certain clerics.
24. Rolling stock.
v. stocked, stock·ing, stocks
v.tr.
1. To provide or furnish with a stock of something, especially:
a. To supply (a shop) with merchandise.
b. To supply (a farm) with livestock.
c. To fill (a stream, for example) with fish.
2. To keep for future sale or use.
3. To provide (a rifle, for example) with a stock.
4. Obsolete To put (someone) in the stocks as a punishment.
v.intr.
1. To gather and lay in a supply of something: stock up on canned goods.
2. To put forth or sprout new shoots. Used of a plant.
adj.
1. Kept regularly in stock: a stock item.
2. Repeated regularly without any thought or originality; routine: a stock answer.
3. Employed in dealing with or caring for stock or merchandise: a stock clerk.
4.
a. Of or relating to the raising of livestock: stock farming.
b. Used for breeding: a stock mare.
5.
a. Of or relating to a stock company or its repertoire.
b. Of or being a conventional character or situation that recurs in many literary or cinematic works.
Idioms:
in stock
Available for sale or use; on hand.
out of stock
Not available for sale or use.

[Middle English stok, from Old English stocc, tree trunk. N., sense 18, short for stock-gillyflower (from their woody stems ).]

stock′age n.
stock′er n.

stock

(stɒk)
n
1. (Commerce)
a. (sometimes plural) the total goods or raw material kept on the premises of a shop or business
b. (as modifier): a stock clerk; stock book.
2. a supply of something stored for future use: he keeps a good stock of whisky.
3. (Banking & Finance) finance
a. the capital raised by a company through the issue and subscription of shares entitling their holders to dividends, partial ownership, and usually voting rights
b. the proportion of such capital held by an individual shareholder
c. the shares of a specified company or industry
d. (formerly) the part of an account or tally given to a creditor
e. the debt represented by this
4. standing or status
5. (Agriculture)
a. farm animals, such as cattle and sheep, bred and kept for their meat, skins, etc
b. (as modifier): stock farming.
6. (Botany) the trunk or main stem of a tree or other plant
7. (Horticulture) horticulture
a. a rooted plant into which a scion is inserted during grafting
b. a plant or stem from which cuttings are taken. See also rootstock
8. (Anthropology & Ethnology) the original type from which a particular race, family, group, etc, is derived
9. (Biology) a race, breed, or variety of animals or plants
10. (Agriculture) (often plural) a small pen in which a single animal can be confined
11. a line of descent
12. (Anthropology & Ethnology) any of the major subdivisions of the human species; race or ethnic group
13. (Military) the part of a rifle, sub-machine-gun, etc, into which the barrel and firing mechanism is set: held by the firer against the shoulder
14. the handle of something, such as a whip or fishing rod
15. (Tools) the main body of a tool, such as the block of a plane
16. (Tools) short for diestock, gunstock, rolling stock
17. (Agriculture) (formerly) the part of a plough to which the irons and handles were attached
18. (Building) the main upright part of a supporting structure
19. (Cookery) a liquid or broth in which meat, fish, bones, or vegetables have been simmered for a long time
20. (Photography) film material before exposure and processing
21. (Metallurgy) metallurgy
a. a portion of metal cut from a bar upon which a specific process, such as forging, is to be carried out
b. the material that is smelted in a blast furnace
22. (Plants) Also called: gillyflower any of several plants of the genus Matthiola, such as M. incana and M. bicornis (evening or night-scented stock), of the Mediterranean region, cultivated for their brightly coloured flowers: Brassicaceae (crucifers)
23. (Plants) Virginian stock a similar and related North American plant, Malcolmia maritima
24. (Clothing & Fashion) a long usually white neckcloth wrapped around the neck, worn in the 18th century and as part of modern riding dress
25. (Card Games) cards a pile of cards left after the deal in certain games, from which players draw
26. (Theatre)
a. the repertoire of plays available to a repertory company
b. (as modifier): a stock play.
27. (Nautical Terms) (on some types of anchors) a crosspiece at the top of the shank under the ring
28. (General Engineering) the centre of a wheel
29. (Geological Science) an exposed igneous intrusion that is smaller in area than a batholith
30. (Forestry) a log or block of wood
32. (Clothing & Fashion) an archaic word for stocking
33. (Commerce) in stock
a. stored on the premises or available for sale or use
b. supplied with goods of a specified kind
34. (Commerce) out of stock
a. not immediately available for sale or use
b. not having goods of a specified kind immediately available
35. take stock
a. to make an inventory
b. to make a general appraisal, esp of prospects, resources, etc
36. take stock in to attach importance to
37. lock, stock, and barrel See lock17
adj
38. staple, standard: stock sizes in clothes.
39. (prenominal) being a cliché; hackneyed: a stock phrase.
vb
40. (Commerce) (tr) to keep (goods) for sale
41. (intr; usually foll by up or up on) to obtain a store of (something) for future use or sale: to stock up on beer.
42. (Agriculture) (tr) to supply with live animals, fish, etc: to stock a farm.
43. (Botany) (intr) (of a plant) to put forth new shoots
44. (Historical Terms) (tr) obsolete to punish by putting in the stocks
[Old English stocc trunk (of a tree), stem, stick (the various senses developed from these meanings, as trunk of a tree, hence line of descent; structures made of timber; a store of timber or other goods for future use, hence an aggregate of goods, animals, etc); related to Old Saxon, Old High German stock stick, stump]
ˈstocker n

stock

(stɒk)

n.
1. a supply of goods kept on hand for sale to customers by a merchant, manufacturer, etc.; inventory.
2. a quantity of something accumulated, as for future use.
4.
a. a theatrical stock company.
b. the work or business of such a company; repertory.
5.
a. the shares of a particular company or corporation.
b. a stock certificate.
c. (formerly) a tally or stick used in transactions between a debtor and a creditor.
6.
a. in grafting, a stem in which the bud or scion is inserted.
b. a stem, tree, or plant that furnishes slips or cuttings.
7. the trunk or main stem of a tree or other plant, as distinguished from roots and branches.
8. the type from which a group of animals or plants has been derived.
9. a race or other related group of animals or plants.
10. the person from whom a given line of descent is derived; the original progenitor.
11. a line of descent; a tribe, race, or ethnic group.
12.
a. a category consisting of language families that, because of resemblances in grammatical structure and vocabulary, are considered likely to be related by common origin.
b. any grouping of related languages.
13. the handle of a whip, fishing rod, etc.
14.
a. the wooden or metal piece to which the barrel and mechanism of a rifle are attached.
b. a part of an automatic weapon, as a machine gun, similar in position or function.
15. a dull or stupid person.
16. something lifeless or senseless.
17. the main upright part of anything, esp. a supporting structure.
18. stocks,
a. a former instrument of punishment consisting of a framework with holes for securing the ankles and, sometimes, the wrists, used to expose an offender to public derision. Compare pillory (def. 1).
b. a frame in which a horse or other animal is secured in a standing position for shoeing or for a veterinary operation.
c. the frame on which a boat rests while under construction.
19.
a. a vertical shaft forming part of a rudder and controlling the rudder's movement.
b. a transverse piece of wood or metal near the ring on some anchors.
20. the raw material from which something is made.
21. the broth from boiled meat, fish, or poultry, used in soups and sauces.
22. any of several plants belonging to the genus Matthiola, of the mustard family, esp. M. incana, having fragrant flowers in a variety of colors.
23. the portion of a deck of cards left on the table to be drawn from as occasion requires.
25. Archaic. a stocking.
26. Obs. the frame of a plow to which the share, handles, etc., are attached.
adj.
27. kept regularly on hand, as for use or sale; staple; standard.
28. having as one's job the care of a concern's goods.
29. of the common or ordinary type; commonplace.
30. pertaining to or designating the breeding and raising of livestock.
31. of or pertaining to the stock of a company or corporation.
32.
a. pertaining to a theatrical stock company or its repertoire.
b. appearing in repertory: stock players.
v.t.
33. to furnish with a stock or supply.
34. to furnish with livestock.
35. to lay up in store, as for future use.
36. to fasten to or provide with a stock, as a rifle or plow.
37. to put in the stocks as a punishment.
v.i.
38. to lay in a stock of something (often fol. by up).
Idioms:
1. in stock, on hand for use or sale.
2. out of stock, lacking a supply, esp. temporarily.
3. take or put stock in, to put confidence in or attach importance to; believe; trust.
4. take stock,
a. to make an inventory of stock on hand.
b. to appraise resources or prospects.
[before 900; Old English stoc(c) stump, stake, c. Old Norse stokkr tree trunk]

Stock

 cattle, horses, or sheep that are bred for use or profit, collectively; a swarm of bees.
Examples: stock of bees, 1675; of Quakers, 1674.

stock


Past participle: stocked
Gerund: stocking

Imperative
stock
stock
Present
I stock
you stock
he/she/it stocks
we stock
you stock
they stock
Preterite
I stocked
you stocked
he/she/it stocked
we stocked
you stocked
they stocked
Present Continuous
I am stocking
you are stocking
he/she/it is stocking
we are stocking
you are stocking
they are stocking
Present Perfect
I have stocked
you have stocked
he/she/it has stocked
we have stocked
you have stocked
they have stocked
Past Continuous
I was stocking
you were stocking
he/she/it was stocking
we were stocking
you were stocking
they were stocking
Past Perfect
I had stocked
you had stocked
he/she/it had stocked
we had stocked
you had stocked
they had stocked
Future
I will stock
you will stock
he/she/it will stock
we will stock
you will stock
they will stock
Future Perfect
I will have stocked
you will have stocked
he/she/it will have stocked
we will have stocked
you will have stocked
they will have stocked
Future Continuous
I will be stocking
you will be stocking
he/she/it will be stocking
we will be stocking
you will be stocking
they will be stocking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stocking
you have been stocking
he/she/it has been stocking
we have been stocking
you have been stocking
they have been stocking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stocking
you will have been stocking
he/she/it will have been stocking
we will have been stocking
you will have been stocking
they will have been stocking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stocking
you had been stocking
he/she/it had been stocking
we had been stocking
you had been stocking
they had been stocking
Conditional
I would stock
you would stock
he/she/it would stock
we would stock
you would stock
they would stock
Past Conditional
I would have stocked
you would have stocked
he/she/it would have stocked
we would have stocked
you would have stocked
they would have stocked

stock

Like a batholith but smaller.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stock - the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity)stock - the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity); "he owns a controlling share of the company's stock"
common shares, common stock, ordinary shares - stock other than preferred stock; entitles the owner to a share of the corporation's profits and a share of the voting power in shareholder elections; "over 40 million Americans invest in common stocks"
no-par stock, no-par-value stock - stock with no par value specified in the corporate charter or on the stock certificate
preference shares, preferred shares, preferred stock - stock whose holders are guaranteed priority in the payment of dividends but whose holders have no voting rights
float - the number of shares outstanding and available for trading by the public
common stock equivalent - preferred stock or convertible bonds or warrants that can be converted into common stock
control stock - shares owned by shareholders who have a controlling interest
growth stock - stock of a corporation that has had faster than average gains in earnings and is expected to continue to
hot issue, hot stock - newly issued stock that is in great public demand
share - any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided and ownership of which is evidenced by a stock certificate; "he bought 100 shares of IBM at the market price"
authorized shares, authorized stock, capital stock - the maximum number of shares authorized under the terms of a corporation's articles of incorporation
quarter stock - stock with a par value of $25/share
capital, working capital - assets available for use in the production of further assets
reacquired stock, treasury shares, treasury stock - stock that has been bought back by the issuing corporation and is available for retirement or resale; it is issued but not outstanding; it cannot vote and pays no dividends
voting stock - shares in a corporation that entitle the shareholder to voting and proxy rights
watered stock - stock representing ownership of overvalued assets; stock of a corporation whose total worth is less than its invested capital
2.stock - the merchandise that a shop has on hand; "they carried a vast inventory of hardware"; "they stopped selling in exact sizes in order to reduce inventory"
merchandise, product, ware - commodities offered for sale; "good business depends on having good merchandise"; "that store offers a variety of products"
3.stock - the handle of a handgun or the butt end of a rifle or shotgun or part of the support of a machine gun or artillery gun; "the rifle had been fitted with a special stock"
artillery, heavy weapon, ordnance, gun - large but transportable armament
gun - a weapon that discharges a missile at high velocity (especially from a metal tube or barrel)
handgrip, handle, grip, hold - the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it; "he grabbed the hammer by the handle"; "it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
machine gun - a rapidly firing automatic gun (often mounted)
handgun, pistol, shooting iron, side arm - a firearm that is held and fired with one hand
pistol grip - a handle (as of a gun or saw) shaped like the butt of a pistol
support - any device that bears the weight of another thing; "there was no place to attach supports for a shelf"
4.stock - a certificate documenting the shareholder's ownership in the corporationstock - a certificate documenting the shareholder's ownership in the corporation; "the value of his stocks doubled during the past year"
share - any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided and ownership of which is evidenced by a stock certificate; "he bought 100 shares of IBM at the market price"
certificate, security - a formal declaration that documents a fact of relevance to finance and investment; the holder has a right to receive interest or dividends; "he held several valuable securities"
5.stock - a supply of something available for future use; "he brought back a large store of Cuban cigars"
infrastructure, base - the stock of basic facilities and capital equipment needed for the functioning of a country or area; "the industrial base of Japan"
accumulation - (finance) profits that are not paid out as dividends but are added to the capital base of the corporation
hoard, stash, cache - a secret store of valuables or money
provision - a store or supply of something (especially of food or clothing or arms)
government issue, military issue, issue - supplies (as food or clothing or ammunition) issued by the government
seed stock - a supply of seeds (or tubers) reserved for planting
6.stock - the descendants of one individualstock - the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors"
kinfolk, kinsfolk, phratry, family line, sept, folk, family - people descended from a common ancestor; "his family has lived in Massachusetts since the Mayflower"
side - a family line of descent; "he gets his brains from his father's side"
family tree, genealogy - successive generations of kin
7.stock - a special variety of domesticated animals within a species; "he experimented on a particular breed of white rats"; "he created a new strain of sheep"
animal group - a group of animals
variety - (biology) a taxonomic category consisting of members of a species that differ from others of the same species in minor but heritable characteristics; "varieties are frequently recognized in botany"
bloodstock - thoroughbred horses (collectively)
pedigree - line of descent of a purebred animal
species - (biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed
8.stock - liquid in which meat and vegetables are simmeredstock - liquid in which meat and vegetables are simmered; used as a basis for e.g. soups or sauces; "she made gravy with a base of beef stock"
soup - liquid food especially of meat or fish or vegetable stock often containing pieces of solid food
pot likker, pot liquor, liquor - the liquid in which vegetables or meat have be cooked
beef broth, beef stock - a stock made with beef
chicken broth, chicken stock - a stock made with chicken
stock cube - a cube of dehydrated stock
9.stock - the reputation and popularity a person has; "his stock was so high he could have been elected mayor"
reputation, repute - the state of being held in high esteem and honor
10.stock - persistent thickened stem of a herbaceous perennial plant
stalk, stem - a slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ
11.stock - a plant or stem onto which a graft is made; especially a plant grown specifically to provide the root part of grafted plants
plant part, plant structure - any part of a plant or fungus
rootstock - root or part of a root used for plant propagation; especially that part of a grafted plant that supplies the roots
12.stock - any of several Old World plants cultivated for their brightly colored flowersstock - any of several Old World plants cultivated for their brightly colored flowers
flower - a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
genus Matthiola, Matthiola - genus of Old World plants grown as ornamentals
brompton stock, Matthiola incana - European plant with racemes of sweet-scented flowers; widely cultivated as an ornamental
13.stock - any of various ornamental flowering plants of the genus Malcolmiastock - any of various ornamental flowering plants of the genus Malcolmia
flower - a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
genus Malcolmia, Malcolmia - genus of plants usually found in coastal habitats; Mediterranean to Afghanistan
14.stock - lumber used in the construction of something; "they will cut round stock to 1-inch diameter"
lumber, timber - the wood of trees cut and prepared for use as building material
15.stock - the handle end of some implements or tools; "he grabbed the cue by the stock"
bitstock, brace - a carpenter's tool having a crank handle for turning and a socket to hold a bit for boring
butt, butt end - thick end of the handle
cue stick, pool cue, pool stick, cue - sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards
fishing pole, fishing rod - a rod of wood or steel or fiberglass that is used in fishing to extend the fishing line
handgrip, handle, grip, hold - the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it; "he grabbed the hammer by the handle"; "it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
whip - an instrument with a handle and a flexible lash that is used for whipping
16.stock - an ornamental white cravat
cravat - neckwear worn in a slipknot with long ends overlapping vertically in front
17.stock - any animals kept for use or profitstock - any animals kept for use or profit  
eutherian, eutherian mammal, placental, placental mammal - mammals having a placenta; all mammals except monotremes and marsupials
carry - be able to feed; "This land will carry ten cows to the acre"
Verb1.stock - have on hand; "Do you carry kerosene heaters?"
have, have got, hold - have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense; "She has $1,000 in the bank"; "He has got two beautiful daughters"; "She holds a Master's degree from Harvard"
2.stock - equip with a stock; "stock a rifle"
equip, fit out, outfit, fit - provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose; "The expedition was equipped with proper clothing, food, and other necessities"
3.stock - supply with fish; "stock a lake"
animal husbandry - breeding and caring for farm animals
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
stock - supply with livestock; "stock a farm"
4.stock - supply with livestock; "stock a farm"
animal husbandry - breeding and caring for farm animals
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
stock - supply with fish; "stock a lake"
5.stock - amass so as to keep for future use or sale or for a particular occasion or use; "let's stock coffee as long as prices are low"
commerce, commercialism, mercantilism - transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
overstock - stock excessively
understock - stock with less than the usual or desirable number or quantity
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
6.stock - provide or furnish with a stock of something; "stock the larder with meat"
plant - place into a river; "plant fish"
restock - stock again; "He restocked his land with pheasants"
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
7.stock - put forth and grow sprouts or shoots; "the plant sprouted early this year"
acquire, develop, produce, grow, get - come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes); "He grew a beard"; "The patient developed abdominal pains"; "I got funny spots all over my body"; "Well-developed breasts"
Adj.1.stock - repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse; "bromidic sermons"; "his remarks were trite and commonplace"; "hackneyed phrases"; "a stock answer"; "repeating threadbare jokes"; "parroting some timeworn axiom"; "the trite metaphor `hard as nails'"
unoriginal - not original; not being or productive of something fresh and unusual; "the manuscript contained unoriginal emendations"; "his life had been unoriginal, conforming completely to the given pattern"- Gwethalyn Graham
2.stock - routine; "a stock answer"
standard - conforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value; or of the usual or regularized or accepted kind; "windows of standard width"; "standard sizes"; "the standard fixtures"; "standard brands"; "standard operating procedure"
3.stock - regularly and widely used or sold; "a standard size"; "a stock item"
regular - in accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle; "his regular calls on his customers"; "regular meals"; "regular duties"

stock

noun
1. shares, holdings, securities, investments, bonds, equities Stock prices have dropped.
2. property, capital, assets, funds The Fisher family holds 40% of the stock.
3. goods, merchandise, wares, range, choice, variety, selection, commodities, array, assortment We took a decision to withdraw a quantity of stock from sale.
4. supply, store, reserve, fund, reservoir, stockpile, hoard, cache a stock of ammunition
6. livestock, cattle, beasts, domestic animals I am carefully selecting the breeding stock.
7. rolling stock, carriages, wagons, locomotives, equipment a firm with considerable experience of transporting railway stock by road
verb
1. sell, supply, handle, keep, trade in, deal in, carry The shop stocks everything from cigarettes to recycled loo paper.
2. fill, supply, provide with, provision, equip, furnish, fit out, kit out I worked stocking shelves in a grocery store.
adjective
1. hackneyed, standard, usual, set, routine, stereotyped, staple, commonplace, worn-out, banal, run-of-the-mill, trite, overused National security is the stock excuse for keeping things confidential.
2. regular, traditional, usual, basic, ordinary, conventional, staple, customary They supply stock sizes outside the middle range.
in stock available, for sale Check that your size is in stock.
stock something up fill, pack, load, cram, freight, lade I had to stock up the boat with food.
stock up with something store (up), lay in, hoard, save, gather, accumulate, amass, buy up, put away, replenish supplies of New Yorkers have been stocking up with bottled water.
take stock review the situation, weigh up, appraise, estimate, size up (informal), see how the land lies It was time to take stock of my life.

stock

noun
1. A supply stored or hidden for future use:
Slang: stash.
2. A group of people sharing common ancestry:
3. One's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation:
verb
To have for sale:
adjective
Translations
سَهْمعادي، شائِعقِرْض تِجاريماشِيَهمُتَوَفِّر ، غَيْر مُتَوَفِّر
akciezásobaběžnýbujóndobytek
aktiebesætningføreforrådforsyne
varastokarjaliemipitää varastossatukki
dionicadržati robu
árukészletáruval ellátértékpapírokhúslevesraktári készlet
birgîirbúpeningurhafa til sölukoma upp bústofnikraftur
在庫を置く在庫品
들여놓다재고
akcijosbuožėdažniausiai pasitaikantisinventorizacijakaip stulpas
akcijasapgādātbuljonskātskrājumi
bujónnásadaštátny dlhopis
zaloga
aktiebuljongha i lagerlagerstock
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stock

[stɒk]
A. N
1. (Comm) → existencias fpl
"offer valid while stocks last"oferta válida hasta que se agoten las existencias
he sold his father's entire stock of clothvendió todas las existencias de telas que tenía su padre
to have sth in stocktener algo en existencia
check that your size is in stockcompruebe que tengan su talla
to be out of stockestar agotado
camping-gas stoves are out of stockse han agotado las cocinillas de gas
to take stock (= make inventory) → hacer el inventario (fig) → evaluar la situación
to take stock of [+ situation, prospects] → evaluar; [+ person] → formarse una opinión sobre
2. (= supply) → reserva f
stocks of ammunitionreservas de municiones
fish/coal stocks are lowlas reservas de peces/carbón escasean
stocks of food were running lowse estaban agotando las provisiones de alimentos
to get in or lay in a stock of sthabastecerse de algo
I always keep a stock of tinned foodsiempre estoy bien abastecido de latas de comida
see also housing
3. (= selection) → surtido m
luckily he had a good stock of bookspor suerte tenía un buen surtido de libros
we have a large stock of sportsweartenemos un amplio surtido de ropa deportiva
4. (Theat) stock of playsrepertorio m de obras
5. (Fin) (= capital) → capital m social, capital m en acciones; (= shares) → acciones fpl; (= government securities) → bonos mpl del estado
stocks and sharesacciones fpl
6. (= status) → prestigio m
his stock has gone up or risen (with the public)ha ganado prestigio (entre el público)
see also laughing
7. (Agr) (= livestock) → ganado m
breeding stockganado de cría
8. (= descent) people of Mediterranean stockgentes fpl de ascendencia mediterránea
to be of peasant stockser de ascendencia campesina
to be or come of good stockser de buena cepa
9. (Culin) → caldo m
beef/chicken stockcaldo de vaca/pollo
10. (Rail) (also rolling stock) → material m rodante
11. (= handle) (gen) → mango m; [of gun, rifle] → culata f
12. (Bot)
12.1. (= flower) → alhelí m
12.2. (= stem, trunk) [of tree] → tronco m; [of vine] → cepa f; (= source of cuttings) → planta f madre; (= plant grafted onto) → patrón m
13. stocks
13.1. the stocks (Hist) → el cepo
13.2. (Naut) → astillero m, grada f de construcción
to be on the stocks [ship] → estar en vías de construcción (fig) [piece of work] → estar en preparación
he has three plays on the stockstiene tres obras entre manos
14. (= tie) → fular m
B. VT
1. (= sell) [+ goods] → vender
do you stock lightbulbs?¿vende usted bombillas?
we don't stock that brandno vendemos esa marca
we stock a wide range of bicyclestenemos un gran surtido de bicicletas
2. (= fill) [+ shop] → surtir, abastecer (with de) [+ shelves] → reponer; [+ library] → surtir, abastecer (with de) [+ farm] → abastecer (with con) [+ freezer, cupboard] → llenar (with de) [+ lake, river] → poblar (with de)
a well stocked shop/libraryuna tienda/biblioteca bien surtida
the lake is stocked with trouthan poblado el lago de truchas
C. ADJ
1. (Comm) [goods, model] → de serie, estándar
stock linelínea f estándar
stock sizetamaño m estándar
2. (= standard, hackneyed) [argument, joke, response] → típico
"mind your own business" is her stock response to such questions-no es asunto tuyo, es la respuesta típica que da a esas preguntas
a stock phraseuna frase hecha
3. (Theat) [play] → de repertorio
4. (Agr) (for breeding) → de cría
stock mareyegua f de cría
D. CPD stock book Nlibro m de almacén, libro m existencias
stock car N (US) (Rail) → vagón m para el ganado (Aut, Sport) → stock-car m
see also stock-car racing stock certificate Ncertificado m or título m de acciones
stock company Nsociedad f anónima, sociedad f de acciones
stock control Ncontrol m de existencias
stock cube N (Culin) → pastilla f or cubito m de caldo
stock dividend Ndividendo m en acciones
Stock Exchange N (Fin) → Bolsa f
to be on the Stock Exchange [listed company] → ser cotizado en bolsa
prices on the Stock Exchange; Stock Exchange pricescotizaciones fpl en bolsa
stock farm Ngranja f para la cría de ganado
stock farmer Nganadero/a m/f
stock index Níndice m bursátil
stock list N (Fin) → lista f de valores y acciones (Comm) → lista f or inventario m de existencias
stock management Ngestión f de existencias
stock market N (Fin) → bolsa f, mercado m bursátil
stock market activityactividad f bursátil
stock option plan N plan que permite que los ejecutivos de una empresa compren acciones de la misma a un precio especial
stock raising Nganadería f
see also joint D
stock up
A. VI + ADV [shopkeeper] → proveerse de existencias; [private individual] → abastecerse
to stock up on or with sth [shopkeeper] → proveerse de algo; [private individual] → abastecerse de algo
B. VT + ADV (= fill) [+ larder, cupboard, freezer] → llenar (with de) [+ shelves] → reponer (with con)

stock

[ˈstɒk]
n
(= amount of sth one has) [weapons] → stock m; [food, drink] → stock m, réserve f; [money] → réserve f; [knowledge] → somme f; [houses] → parc m
This required the destruction of existing stocks of weapons → Cela exigeait la destruction des stocks d'armes existants.
[business, shop] → stock m
They sold a week's worth of stock in a single day → Ils ont vendu le stock d'une semaine en un seul jour.
in stock → en stock, en magasin
out of stock → épuisé(e)
to take stock (fig)faire le point
to take stock of sth [+ situation] → faire le point sur qch
(FINANCE)valeurs fpl, titres mpl
stocks and shares → valeurs mobilières, titres
government stock → fonds publics
(for cooking)bouillon m
chicken stock → du bouillon de volaille
(= livestock) → cheptel m
(= descent, origin) → souche f
adj (= standard) [reply, response, excuse, expression] → tout(e) fait(e)
stock phrase → cliché m
vt
(= have in stock) → avoir en stock, vendre
Do you stock camping stoves? → Vous vendez des réchauds de camping?
well-stocked → bien approvisionné(e)
stock up
vis'approvisionner
to stock up with sth, to stock up on sth → s'approvisionner en qch

stock

n
(= supply)Vorrat m (→ of an +dat); (Comm) → Bestand m (→ of an +dat); stock of knowledgeWissensschatz m; stock of informationInformationsmaterial nt; to lay in a stock of wood/candles etcsich (dat)einen Holz-/Kerzenvorrat etc anlegen; to have something in stocketw vorrätig haben; to be in stock/out of stockvorrätig/nicht vorrätig sein; to keep something in stocketw auf Vorrat haben; to get something from stocketw vom Lager holen; to take stock (Comm) → Inventur machen; (fig)Bilanz ziehen; to take stock of somebodyjdn abschätzen; to take stock of something (of situation, prospects)sich (dat)klar werden über etw (acc); of one’s lifeBilanz aus etw ziehen; surplus stockÜberschuss m; the stock was auctioneddie Bestände wurden versteigert
(= livestock)Viehbestand m; some good stockschönes Vieh
(Cook) → Brühe f
(Fin: = capital raised by company) → Aktienkapital nt; (= shares held by investor)Anteil m; (= government stock)Staatsanleihe f; to have or hold stock in oil companiesÖlaktien haben; stocks and shares(Aktien und) Wertpapiere pl, → Effekten pl
(Hort, of tree, plant) → Stamm m; (of vine, rose)Stock m; (for grafting onto) → Wildling m, → Unterlage f; (for supplying grafts) → das Edelreis liefernde Pflanze
(Bot) → Levkoje f
(= tribe, race etc)Stamm m; (= descent)Abstammung f, → Herkunft f; (Ling) → (Sprach)familie f, → (Sprach)gruppe f; to be or come of good stockguter Herkunft sein; to be from good farming stockaus einer alten Bauernfamilie stammen
(= handle)Griff m; (of rifle)Schaft m
to be on the stocks (ship) → im Bau sein; (book etc) → in Arbeit sein
stocks pl (Hist: for punishment) → Stock m
(= neckcloth)Halsbinde f
(Rail) → rollendes Material
(US Theat) to play in summer stockbei den Sommeraufführungen mitwirken; this play is in their stockdieses Stück gehört zu ihrem Repertoire
adj attr (Comm, fig) → Standard-; stock sizeStandardgröße f; stock responseStandardantwort f
vt
(shop etc) goodsführen
(= provide with stock) cupboardfüllen; shop, libraryausstatten; pond, river(mit Fischen) besetzen; farmmit einem Viehbestand versehen

stock

:
stockbreeder
nViehzüchter(in) m(f)
stockbreeding
nViehzucht f
stockbroker
nBörsenmakler(in) m(f); the stock belt (Brit) → ˜ die reichen Villenvororte pl
stockbroking
nEffektenhandel m, → Wertpapierhandel m
stock car
n
(for racing) → Stockcar m (frisierter, verstärkter Serienwagen)
(US Rail: = cattle truck) → Viehwag(g)on m, → Viehwagen m
stock-car racing
nStockcarrennen nt
stock certificate
n (esp US; Econ, Fin) → Aktienzertifikat nt
stock character
n (Theat) → Typ m(im Rollenfach)
stock company
n
(Fin) → Aktiengesellschaft f
(US Theat) → Repertoiretheater nt
stock corporation
n (esp US; Econ)
(= incorporated company)Kapitalgesellschaft f
(= public company)Aktiengesellschaft f
stock cube
stock dividend
n (esp US; Econ, Fin) → Dividende fin Form von Gratisaktien
stock exchange
nBörse f
stock farmer
nViehhalter(in) m(f)
stock farming
nViehzucht f, → Viehhaltung f
stockfish
nStockfisch m
stockholder
n (US) → Aktionär(in) m(f)
stockholding
n
(Comm: = storage) → Lagerhaltung f; (= stock stored)Lagerbestand m
usu pl (Fin) → Aktienbestand m

stock

:
stockjobber
n (Brit) → Börsenhändler(in) m(f); (US pej) → Börsenspekulant(in) m(f)
stock list
n
(Comm) → Warenliste f
(Fin) → Börsenzettel m
stockman
n
(US, Austral) → Viehzüchter m; (= farmhand)Farmarbeiter m
(US, in shop etc) → Lagerist m, → Lagerverwalter m
stock market
nBörsenmarkt m, → Börse f
stock option
n (esp US; Econ) → Aktienbezugsrecht nt (für Betriebsangehörige)
stockpile
nVorrat m (→ of an +dat); (of weapons)Lager nt; the nuclear stockdas Atomwaffenlager, das Kernwaffenarsenal
vtVorräte an (+dat)anlegen; (pej)horten; to stock weaponsWaffenlager or Waffenarsenale anlegen
stockpiling
nVorratsbildung f
stock play
n (Theat) → gängiges Repertoirestück
stock room
nLagerraum m, → Lager nt
stock-still
adj, adv to be/stand stockstockstill sein/stehen
stock swap
n (Fin) → Aktientausch m
stocktaking
nInventur f; (fig)Bestandsaufnahme f
stocktaking sale
nAusverkauf mwegen Inventur, ˜ Jahresschlussverkauf m
stock warrant
n (esp US Fin) → (auf den Inhaber lautendes) Aktienzertifikat

stock

1 [stɒk]
1. n
a. (supply, store) → provvista, scorta; (in bank, of money) → riserva (Comm) → stock m inv
out of stock → esaurito/a
to have sth in stock → avere qc in magazzino, avere disponibilità di qc
to take stock (Comm) → fare l'inventario
to take stock (of the situation) → fare il punto della situazione
to lay in a stock of → fare una scorta di
b. (Agr) (also livestock) → bestiame m
c. (Culin) → brodo
d. (Rail) (also rolling stock) → materiale m rotabile
e. (Fin) (company's capital) → capitale m azionario; (investor's shares) → titoli mpl, azioni fpl
stocks and shares → valori mpl di borsa
government stock → titoli di Stato
f. (descent, origin) → stirpe f
g. to be on the stocks (ship) → essere in cantiere (fig) (piece of work) → essere in lavorazione
the stocks npl (History) (for punishment) → la gogna
2. vt (Comm) (goods) → tenere, avere, vendere; (supply, shop, library, freezer, cupboard) → rifornire; (lake, river) → ripopolare; (farm) → fornire di bestiame; (shelves) → riempire
a well-stocked shop/library → un negozio/una biblioteca ben fornito/a
3. adj (Comm) (size) → standard inv (fig) (response, arguments, excuse) → solito/a, consueto/a; (greeting) → usuale
stock up vi + adv to stock up (on)rifornirsi (di), fare provvista (di)

stock

2 [stɒk] n (Bot) → violacciocca

stock

(stok) noun
1. (often in plural) a store of goods in a shop, warehouse etc. Buy while stocks last!; The tools you require are in / out of stock (= available / not available).
2. a supply of something. We bought a large stock of food for the camping trip.
3. farm animals. He would like to purchase more (live) stock.
4. (often in plural) money lent to the government or to a business company at a fixed interest. government stock; He has $20,000 in stocks and shares.
5. liquid obtained by boiling meat, bones etc and used for making soup etc.
6. the handle of a whip, rifle etc.
adjective
common; usual. stock sizes of shoes.
verb
1. to keep a supply of for sale. Does this shop stock writing-paper?
2. to supply (a shop, farm etc) with goods, animals etc. He cannot afford to stock his farm.
ˈstockist noun
a person who stocks certain goods. These boots can be obtained from your local stockist.
stocks noun plural
1. the wooden framework upon which a ship is supported when being built, repaired etc.
2. formerly a wooden frame in which a criminal was fastened as a punishment.
ˈstockbroker noun
a person who buys and sells stocks and shares for others.
stock exchange
a place where stocks and shares are bought and sold.
stock market
a stock exchange, or the dealings on that.
ˈstockpile noun
a supply of goods or materials accumulated eg by a government in case of war or other emergency.
verb
to accumulate (a supply of this sort).
ˌstock-ˈstill adjective, adverb
motionless. He stood absolutely stock-still.
ˈstock-taking noun
a regular check of the goods in a shop, warehouse etc.
stock up
to accumulate a supply of (something). The boys were stocking up on/with chocolate and lemonade for their walk.
take stock
to form an opinion (about a situation etc). Before you decide, give yourself time to take stock (of the situation).

stock

سَهْم, يَحْتفَظُ بـِمَخْزُون akcie, vést aktie, have på lager führen, Vorrat απόθεμα, εφοδιάζω aprovisionarse, existencias pitää varastossa, varasto approvisionner, capital dionica, držati robu approvvigionare, scorta 在庫を置く, 在庫品 들여놓다, 재고 aandeel, in voorraad houden lagre, varelager zaopatrzyć, zapas ação, estocar, manter em stock, stock запас, иметь в наличии buljong, ha i lager เก็บสินค้า, หุ้น stok, stoklamak hàng tồn kho, trữ hàng 库存, 进货

stock

n. caldo;
mercancía;
vt.
___ upabastecer.
References in classic literature ?
Having found the place with some difficulty, she went into the doorway, looked up the dirty stairs, and after standing stock still a minute, suddenly dived into the street and walked away as rapidly as she came.
So when the villagers find they are visited by a colony of these vampires they get out, taking their live stock with them, and stay in caves or in densely wooded places until the bats fly on.
Even for his classroom he had no platitudes, no stock of professorial anecdotes.
She comes of sound old Presbyterian Kentucky stock.
In these pages, Lenni-Lenape, Lenope, Delawares, Wapanachki, and Mohicans, all mean the same people, or tribes of the same stock.
A curious eye, privileged to take an account of stock and investigate behind the counter, would have discovered a barrel, yea, two or three barrels and half ditto,--one containing flour, another apples, and a third, perhaps, Indian meal.
Few of my countrymen can know what it is; nor, as frequent transplantation is perhaps better for the stock, need they consider it desirable to know.
I was watching to see where he kept his razor, when lo and behold, he takes the harpoon from the bed corner, slips out the long wooden stock, unsheathes the head, whets it a little on his boot, and striding up to the bit of mirror against the wall, begins a vigorous scraping, or rather harpooning of his cheeks.
So that for an hour or more, a thousand fathoms in the sea, he carries a surplus stock of vitality in him, just as the camel crossing the waterless desert carries a surplus supply of drink for future use in its four supplementary stomachs.
They were drovers and stock raisers, who had come from far states, and brokers and commission merchants, and buyers for all the big packing houses.
Haley had got in the habit of commencing his relations with his stock with little exhortations of this nature, calculated, as he deemed, to inspire cheerfulness and confidence, and prevent the necessity of any unpleasant scenes.
Well, I have brought this stocking-- for which, if I might but use them, I have at the moment a stock of the most appropriately endearing adjectives--for the same purpose.