1. the total amount of goods a shop has available to sell
English word "stock"(the total amount of goods a shop has available to sell) occurs in sets:CPE idioms and fixed phrases
2. a share in a company that is sold to the public
English word "stock"(a share in a company that is sold to the public) occurs in sets:The Roaring Twenties
3. the quantity of products in a shop
English word "stock"(the quantity of products in a shop) occurs in sets:Most common nouns 251 - 300
Please ask the secretary to stock the office supplies in the storage room.
Stock investments do not always yield profit.
If you gamble on the stock market, you are an investor... If you gamble on the derivatives market, you are a trader... If you gamble at the casino, you are a loser... Morality?
Stock prices soared in active trading as corporations announced good financial results.
I polished for all I was worth. The trouble is that my stock of low-grade gems was surprisingly low.
An inexperienced stock speculator could easily let his business go to pot and lose his entire fortune.
According to informed sources, ____ Ltd. is preparing for the move up to the first section of the Tokyo Stock exchange.
Limited stocks – offer closes on March 31st!
Definition the stock of a shop or company is the amount of goods it has that are available and ready to be sold or sent out to customers
Because the store is so small, he has to wear many different hats, from accountant to stock boy.
This shop sells its old stock at a very low prices. We'll be getting our new stock in on Friday. The new edition is in/out of stock (= available/not available) in major bookshops.
A reserve of money or goods are money or goods held back in stock often for an emergency.
The first one concerns the problem of cereal prices and intervention stocks.
stock = an amount of something that you keep so that you can use it when you need it
English word "stock"(stock) occurs in sets:Vocabulary 6
5. out of
Two out of ten young people are addicted to mobile phones.
Go out of the shop and cross the road.
out of the shop
Nine out of ten people can't answer that question. (out of prison)
I've been paddling for six out of the seven days.
I especially liked the second scene out of this play.
With your passport you can’t travel out of Europe.
We’re out of milk.
Get out of bed – it’s 11 o’clock!
He asked out of curiosity
one out of every 200 people
Only two out of five people believe in the paranormal
The letter has fallen out of the envelope
Two members left out of fifty
I rate it five out of five.