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Adjective
Accepted, used, or practiced by most people
“I think it's simply become a stock phrase that people use without parsing.”
Adjective
“The rug comes in six stock sizes.”
Noun
A supply or quantity of something accumulated or available for future use
“I was interested to read in your supplement on the Countryside about the low stock of fish in The River Aire.”
Noun
Farm animals bred and kept for their meat, skins, etc
“Women could also cross the gender barrier regarding female association with animals by raising stock for market or dairy purposes.”
Noun
A person's ancestry or line of descent
“He proudly admits he is from hard-working peasant stock and sees me as lazy, vain and probably as a ponce.”
Noun
The capital raised by a company or corporation through the issue and subscription of shares
“And of course, you get access to other premium stock and mutual fund data.”
Noun
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.”
Noun
Farm animals such as cattle, pigs, and sheep, bred and kept for their meat or milk; livestock
“Forty per cent more seats will be provided during the morning peak for commuters into London by making all trains eight-car and transferring extra stock to the line.”
Noun
The shares of a particular company, type of company, or industry
“On this day last year, the London Stock Exchange's recently created index for technology stocks hit a lifetime high.”
Noun
A person's reputation or popularity
“Knowing my stock was low with him because of my skirts and sway back, I offered to let the Company CO make the call.”
Noun
Liquid made by cooking bones, meat, fish, or vegetables slowly in water, used as a basis for the preparation of soup, gravy, or sauces
“If the sauce begins to evaporate too much while cooking, add a few tablespoons of chicken stock or water.”
Noun
The part of a rifle or other firearm to which the barrel and firing mechanism are attached, held against one's shoulder when firing the gun
“To assemble, pull the stock pin from its stowed position, swing the stock into place and insert the pin.”
Noun
A stupid person
“… just sat there like a stock, staring at me blankly whenever I asked him a question.”
Noun
Firm belief in the integrity, ability, effectiveness, or genuineness of someone or something
Noun
“For success in grafting, the vascular cambiums of the stock and the scion must be placed in contact with each other.”
Verb
Supply with merchandise
“Why should big supermarkets stock a product that many of its customers don't know?”
Verb
Provide or fill with goods, items, or a supply of something
“I must stock up the fridge.”
Verb
Amass supplies of something, typically for a particular occasion or purpose
“Justin and I will stock up on the basic supplies and gather some makeshift weapons.”
Verb
“You'd better stock up with fuel.”
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