Synonyms of stock in English:

stock


See definition of stock

noun

1‘cash-and-carry outlets rely on a rapid turnover of stock’

SYNONYMS

merchandise, goods, wares, articles for sale, items for sale, commodities

rare vendibles

2‘a stock of fuel’

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store, supply, stockpile, reserve, hoard, cache, reservoir, accumulation, quantity, pile, heap, load

fund, bank, pool, mine, repertoire, repertory, inventory

collection, selection, assortment, variety, range

rare amassment

3‘all the stock were housed and fed in sheds’

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livestock, farm animals, cattle, beasts

cows, sheep, pigs, horses, oxen, goats

flocks, herds

4‘the railway's in-service stock is being repainted’

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rolling stock, trains, locomotives, carriages, wagons

machinery, equipment, apparatus, appliances, implements

5‘the value of the company's stock rose by 86 per cent’

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capital, funds, assets, property

6‘stock owned by foreign investors’

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investments, shares, holdings, securities, equities, bonds

portfolio

7‘I felt I was right but my stock was low with this establishment’

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reputation, standing, status, repute, position

8‘he sighed and threw up his hands in a way that betrayed his French stock’

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descent, ancestry, parentage, pedigree, lineage, line, line of descent, heritage, birth, extraction, background, family, blood, bloodline, genealogy, beginnings

rare filiation, stirps

9‘a pint of chicken stock’

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broth

bouillon

10‘the stock of a tree’

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trunk, tree trunk, stem, stalk

technical caudex

11‘the stock of a weapon’

SYNONYMS

handle, butt, haft, grip, shaft, shank, helve


adjective

1‘the rug comes in six stock sizes’

SYNONYMS

standard, regular, ordinary, average

readily available, widely available

staple

ANTONYMS

non-standard

2‘that has been the stock response to previous economic slowdowns’

SYNONYMS

usual, routine, predictable, set, standard, staple, customary, familiar, conventional, traditional, stereotyped, clichéd, hackneyed, unoriginal, derivative, formulaic, ready-made, well worn, overused, overworked, worn out, banal, trite, platitudinous, tired, run-of-the-mill, commonplace

informal corny, old hat, hacky

ANTONYMS

original, unusual


verb

1‘most supermarkets now stock a range of organic produce’

SYNONYMS

sell, market

supply, keep, keep in stock, have, have for sale, carry, handle

offer, provide

trade in, deal in

2‘the bathroom was stocked with a variety of expensive toilet articles’

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supply, provide, equip, furnish, provision

3‘I must stock up the fridge’

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fill, fill up, load, restock, replenish

4‘you'd better stock up with fuel’

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amass supplies of, obtain a store of, buy up, stockpile, lay in, put away, put aside, put down, store up, collect, gather, accumulate, hoard, cache

informal squirrel away, salt away, stash away


Phrases

    in stock

      ‘we can order a book for you if we don't have it in stock’

      SYNONYMS

      for sale, on sale, available, on the shelf

      Variant spelling in (or out of) stock
    take stock of

      ‘you need to take stock of the situation first’

      SYNONYMS

      review, assess, reassess, weigh up, appraise, evaluate, re-evaluate, look carefully at, make an appraisal of

      see how the land lies

      informal

      size up

      Variant spelling take stock