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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
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