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British English: /stɒk/
American English: /stɑk/

Translation of stock in French:


  • 1
    (in shop, warehouse)
    to have something in stock
    (in shop)
    avoir quelque chose en magasin
    (in warehouse)
    avoir quelque chose en stock
    to be out of stock
    (product, model)
    être épuisé
    (shop, warehouse)
    the smaller size is out of stock
    il n'y a plus de petites tailles
  • 2 (supply, store, accumulation)
    (on large scale) of de
    (on domestic scale)
    a massive stock of unsold homes
    un grand stock de maisons invendues
    stocks of coal/fish
    des stocks de charbon/poisson
    stocks are running low
    les stocks sont presque épuisés
    we need to replenish our stocks
    il faut renouveler les stocks
    to get in ou lay in a stock of provisions
    s'approvisionner or faire des provisions
    while stocks last a stock of knowledge
    un réservoir de connaissances
  • 3 (Finance) (capital)
    ensemble (m) du capital or des actions d'une société
  • 4 (descent) to be of/from peasant/immigrant stock
    être de souche or d'origine paysanne/immigrée
    to come from farming stock
    venir d'une famille d'agriculteurs
    only the paternal stock concerns us
    seule la branche or lignée paternelle nous intéresse
  • 5 (personal standing) his stock has risen since…
    sa cote a monté depuis…
  • 8 (Botany)
    giroflée (f) d'hiver

also: stocks plural noun

  • 1 (History, Law)the stocks
    le pilori
  • 3 (Nautical)to be on the stocks
    être sur cale
    [figurative] (project, product, book)
    être en cours


transitive verb

  • 1 (Business) (sell) I'm sorry, we don't stock it
    je suis désolé, mais nous n'en faisons pas or nous ne vendons pas cela
  • 2 (fill with supplies)
    (larder, fridge)
    to stock a lake with fish
    peupler un lac de poissons
    (garden, library)
    bien fourni


to take stock


Phrasal verbs

stock up

with, on en

Definition of stock in:

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