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Adjective
Accepted, used, or (commonly) practiced by most people
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“I think it's simply become a stock phrase that people use without parsing.”
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Of or pertaining to a prototype
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So often used that it has become repetitive and tiresome
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A supply or quantity of something accumulated or available for future use
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“I was interested to read, in report, about the low stock of fish in The River Aire.”
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Farm animals bred and kept for their meat, skins, etc
“The natives could better support themselves by raising stock, as opposed to agricultural pursuits.”
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A person's ancestry or line of descent
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“He proudly admits he is from hard-working peasant stock and sees me as lazy, vain, and probably as a ponce.”
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The goods or merchandise kept on the premises of a shop or warehouse and available for sale or distribution
“He thought the thieves would dispose of the shop's stock at car boot sales or use them for family gifts.”
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A vehicle that moves on a railway
“Forty percent more seats will be provided during the morning peak for commuters by transferring extra stock to the line.”
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A person's reputation or popularity
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“Michael O'Neill's stock has certainly risen on the back of his good work with Northern Ireland.”
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Liquid made by cooking bones, meat, fish, or vegetables slowly in water
“If the sauce begins to evaporate too much while cooking, add a few tablespoons of chicken stock.”
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The part of a rifle or other firearm to which the barrel and firing mechanism are attached
“To assemble, pull the stock pin from its stowed position, swing the stock into place and insert the pin.”
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Complete trust or confidence in someone or something
“He also put great stock in his relationship with his spiritual guide, whose equanimity and benevolence offered a dramatic contrast to his stepfather.”
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The trunk or woody stem of a living tree or shrub, especially one into which a graft (scion) is inserted
“For success in grafting, the vascular cambiums of the stock and the scion must be placed in contact with each other.”
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(obsolete) A person who is as dull and lifeless as a stock or post
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“Let's be no stoics, nor no stocks.”
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The shares of a particular company, type of company, or industry
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“You do, however, need to monitor your company's stock performance even if you aren't focused on intraday price movements.”
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An untidy collection of objects placed haphazardly on top of each other
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Offspring, especially of an animal before or soon after birth
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The necessary items for a particular purpose
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The main woody stem of a tree as distinct from its branches and roots
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The ability to cope with difficult situations, or unusual problems
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A healthy and vigorous-rooted plant that is used in grafting, most commonly as a sound base to support a scion that bears desirable fruit in orchard culture
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The stock in a firearm located in the rear of the firing mechanism where one's shoulder is held when shooting
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Any transverse bar or piece, such as a bar across a door, or the iron bar or stock which passes through the shank of an anchor
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Income, especially when of an organization and of a substantial nature
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A cool room in a domestic house where food is stored, but larger than a pantry
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Acting group
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An abundant amount
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Pigmentation of the skin, especially as an indication of someone's race
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Natural resources
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A long, narrow part or section forming the handle of a tool or club, the body of a spear or arrow, or similar
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A privilege of delayed payment extended to a buyer or borrower
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A long, sturdy piece of timber or metal set upright in the ground
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A system of ordering society based on perceived social or economic status
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A rough calculation of the value, number, quantity, or extent of something
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A raw material or primary agricultural product that can be bought and sold, such as copper or coffee
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Equipment, provisions
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A tally of something, especially points in a game
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A special course of food to which a person restricts themselves, either to lose weight or for medical reasons
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The human body and its physical needs and desires, especially as contrasted with the mind or the soul
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A stake or involvement in an undertaking
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Something given as a reward, prize, or incentive
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The matter from which a thing is or can be made
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A woody perennial plant, typically having a single stem or trunk and bearing lateral branches
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To sell or supply with merchandise
“Central area shops will stock items or ranges of choice not found in the local shops.”
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To provide or fill with goods, items, or a supply of something
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Stock the bathroom with plenty of fluffy towels to make showering a spa-worthy experience.”
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To amass supplies of something, typically for a particular occasion or purpose
“We'd best stock up with supplies in preparation for the incoming storm.”
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To replenish existing supplies
“I need to go shopping later this afternoon and stock up the fridge.”
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To fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
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To provide with food
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