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  1. stock

    • IPA[stäk]

    美式

    • n.
      the goods or merchandise kept on the premises of a business or warehouse and available for sale or distribution;a supply or quantity of something accumulated or available for future use
    • adj.
      (of a product or type of product) usually kept in stock and thus regularly available for sale;(of a phrase or expression) so regularly used as to be automatic or hackneyed
    • v.
      have or keep a supply of (a particular product or type or product) available for sale;provide or fill with goods, items, or a supply of something
    • noun: stock, plural noun: stocks

    • verb: stock, 3rd person present: stocks, gerund or present participle: stocking, past tense: stocked, past participle: stocked

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the goods or merchandise kept on the premises of a business or warehouse and available for sale or distribution:

      the store has a very low turnover of stock

      buy now, while stocks last!

    • 2. a supply or quantity of something accumulated or available for future use:

      I need to replenish my stock of wine

      fish stocks are being dangerously depleted

    • 3. farm animals such as cattle, pigs, and sheep, bred and kept for their meat or milk; livestock:

      all the stock were housed and fed in sheds

      the sale of dairy stock

    • 4. short for rolling stock
    • 5. photographic film that has not been exposed or processed.
    • 6. (in some card games) the cards that have not yet been dealt, left on the table to be drawn.
    • 7. the capital raised by a business or corporation through the issue and subscription of shares:

      between 1982 and 1986 the value of the company's stock rose by 86%

    • 8. shares of stock of a particular company as held by an individual or group as an investment:

      she owned $3000 worth of stock

    • 9. the shares of a particular company, type of company, or industry:

      blue-chip stocks

    • 10. securities issued by the government in fixed units with a fixed rate of interest:

      government gilt-edged stock

    • 11. a person's reputation or popularity:

      I felt I was right, but my stock was low with this establishment

    • 12. liquid made by cooking bones, meat, fish, or vegetables slowly in water, used as a basis for the preparation of soup, gravy, or sauces:

      a pint of chicken stock

    • 13. the raw material from which a specified commodity can be manufactured:

      the fat can be used as soap stock

    • 14. a person's ancestry or line of descent:

      her mother was of French stock

      both of them came from peasant stock

    • 15. a breed, variety, or population of an animal or plant:

      the vineyards were plowed up and replanted using different vine stock

      geographically separate stocks of some species are recognized

    • 16. the trunk or woody stem of a living tree or shrub, especially one into which a graft (scion) is inserted.
    • 17. the perennial part of a herbaceous plant, especially a rhizome.
    • 18. a herbaceous European plant that is widely cultivated for its fragrant flowers, which are typically lilac, pink, or white.
    • 19. an instrument of punishment consisting of an adjustable wooden structure with holes for securing a person's feet and hands, in which criminals were locked and exposed to public ridicule or assault.
    • 20. 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.
    • 21. the crosspiece of an anchor.
    • 22. the handle of something such as a whip or fishing rod.
    • 23. short for headstock
    • 24. short for tailstock
    • 25. a band of white material tied like a cravat and worn as a part of formal horse-riding dress.
    • 26. a piece of black material worn under a clerical collar.
    • 27. a frame used to support a ship or boat out of water, especially when under construction.
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (of a product or type of product) usually kept in stock and thus regularly available for sale:

      25 percent off stock items

    • 2. (of a phrase or expression) so regularly used as to be automatic or hackneyed:

      “Two weeks” was the stock reply

    • 3. denoting a conventional character type or situation that recurs in a particular genre of literature, theater, or film:

      the stock characters in every cowboy movie

    • 4. denoting or relating to cinematic footage that can be regularly used in different productions, typically that of outdoor scenes used to add realism to a production shot in an indoor set.
    • v.
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    • 1. have or keep a supply of (a particular product or type or product) available for sale:

      most supermarkets now stock a range of organic produce

    • 2. provide or fill with goods, items, or a supply of something:

      I must stock up the fridge

    • 3. amass supplies of something, typically for a particular occasion or purpose:

      I'm stocking up for Christmas

      you'd better stock up with fuel

    • 4. fit (a rifle or other firearm) with a stock:

      it was a fine gun which he forged, stocked, and completed himself

    • n. a women's garment, typically made of translucent nylon or silk, that fits closely over the foot and is held up by garters or an elasticized strip at the upper thigh.

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    • n. a women's garment, typically made of translucent nylon or silk, that fits closely over the foot and is held up by suspenders or an elasticated strip at the upper thigh.

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    • adj. provided or filled with goods, items, or a supply of something:

    • a stocked fridge

      a well-stocked store

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    • adj. provided or filled with goods, items, or a supply of something:

    • a stocked fridge

      a well-stocked shop

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    • n. an ordinary car that has been strengthened for use in a type of race in which competing cars collide with each other:

    • stock-car racing

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    • n. a market in which securities are bought and sold:

    • the company was floated on the stock exchange

      the chief executive of the London Stock Exchange

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    • n. a person who is in charge of the goods or merchandise in a warehouse or for a company:

    • he was a stock-keeper and later a machinist in a paper factory

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    • n. acquisition of a company in which payment consists of stock in the buying company.

    • he was a stock-keeper and later a machinist in a paper factory

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    • IPA[stɒk]

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    • n.
      the goods or merchandise kept on the premises of a shop or warehouse and available for sale or distribution:
    • the store has a very low turnover of stock

      buy now, while stocks last!

    • adj.
      (of a product or type of product) usually kept in stock and thus regularly available for sale:
    • 25 per cent off stock items
    • v.
      have or keep a supply of (a particular product or type or product) available for sale:
    • most supermarkets now stock a range of organic produce

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