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stock·ist

 (stŏk′ĭst)
n. Chiefly British
A commercial retailer or wholesaler that stocks merchandise.
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stockist

(ˈstɒkɪst)
n
(Commerce) commerce Brit a dealer who undertakes to maintain stocks of a specified product at or above a certain minimum in return for favourable buying terms granted by the manufacturer of the product
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stockist - one (as a retailer or distributor) that stocks goods
provider, supplier - someone whose business is to supply a particular service or commodity
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stockist

noun store, shop, supplier, retail outlet, boutique The name of your nearest stockist is available from the company.
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Translations
وَكيل لِبَيْع بِضاعَه مُعَيَّنَه
dodavatel
forhandler
árulerakat vezetõje
birgîasali; kaupmaîur

stockist

[ˈstɒkɪst] N (Brit) → distribuidor(a) m/f, proveedor(a) m/f
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stockist

[ˈstɒkɪst] n (British)stockiste mstock management ngestion f des stocksstock market nBourse f, marché m financierstock option (US) nstock option f, option f d'achat d'actions
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stockist

n (Brit) → (Fach)händler(in) m(f); (= shop)Fachgeschäft nt
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stockist

[ˈstɒkɪst] n (Brit) → fornitore m
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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).
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