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- (countable & uncountable) Your stock is the collection of things that you have available, usually to sell.
- It depend on where the store got its stock from.
- Storms cause a great deal of damage to the nation's housing stock.
- Going out of business! All stock must be sold.
- They kept a stock of food in the basement.
- Publishing such experiments adds to our stock of knowledge.
- Police found a stock of weapons in the house.
- I asked the stock boy where to find the juice.
- Overfishing has wiped out much of the world's fish stocks.
- (countable) A stock is a share in a public company.
- ETFs are mutual funds that trade on stock exchanges, just as stocks do.
- He invensts 85% of his money in bonds and 15% in stocks.
- The S&P 500 index, which tracks stocks in all sectors of the economy, remains virtually unchanged.
- The prices for all three stocks are likely to decline.
- If something is in stock it is at the store and available for sale.
- I think we have five more in stock.
- If something is out of stock it is not at the store and available for sale.
- I'm sorry, we're all out of stock.
- (uncountable) Stock is a basic soup made from boiling meat, bones, or vegetables.
- Add a cup of chicken stock and half a cup of cream and cook for 10 minutes.
- If you take stock of a situation, you think about it and plan what to do next.
- (transitive) If a store stocks a product, it has it available to be sold.
- They are expensive, and most stores won't stock them.
- (transitive) If you stock with , you fill with .
- I've stocked the fridge with beer for the party.
- If you stock up on something, you get more than you use in a short time.
- Residents there are stocking up on food and water for the winter.
- If something is stock, it is the usual one with no special changes or additions.
- The car's engine, tires, brakes and steering are all stock.
- The stories are boring and rely on stock characters.
- Just get any stock photo of a business meeting.