Synonyms of stock in English:

stock

noun

  • 1 the store carries little stock
    merchandise, goods, wares, items/articles for sale, inventory
  • 2 a stock of fuel
  • 3 farm stock
    animals, livestock, beasts; flocks, herds
  • 4 (stocks) blue-chip stocks
    shares, securities, equities, bonds
  • 5 her stock is low with most voters
    popularity, favor, regard, estimation, standing, status, reputation, name, prestige
  • 6 his mother was of French stock
    descent, ancestry, origin(s), parentage, pedigree, lineage, line (of descent), heritage, birth, extraction, family, blood, bloodline
  • 7 chicken stock
  • 8 the stock of a weapon
    handle, butt, haft, grip, shaft, shank
  • adjective

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  • 1 a stock size
    standard, regular, normal, established, set; common, readily/widely available; staple
    [Antonyms] nonstandard
  • 2 the stock response
    usual, routine, predictable, set, standard, staple, customary, familiar, conventional, traditional, stereotyped, clichéd, hackneyed, unoriginal, formulaic
    [Antonyms] original unusual
  • verb

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  • 1 we stock organic food
    sell, carry, keep (in stock), offer, have (for sale), retail, supply
  • 2 the fridge was well stocked with milk
  • Phrases

    in stock

    what brands of dog food do you have in stock?for/on sale(immediately) availableon the shelf

    stock up on/with

    people are stocking up on batteries and wateramass supplies ofstockpilehoardcachelay inbuy up/input away/byput/set asidecollectaccumulatesave informalsquirrel awaysalt awaystash away

    take stock of

    let's take stock of our current situationreviewassessappraiseevaluate informalsize up

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