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stock

Stock tarimas:

  • /stɔk/

Stock audio:

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: A supply accumulated for future use; a store.
  • noun: The total merchandise kept on hand by a merchant, commercial establishment, warehouse, or manufacturer.
  • noun: All the animals kept or raised on a farm; livestock.
  • noun: The capital or fund that a corporation raises through the sale of shares entitling the stockholder to dividends and to other rights of ownership, such as voting rights.
  • noun: The number of shares that each stockholder possesses.
  • noun: A stock certificate.
  • noun: The part of a tally or record of account formerly given to a creditor.
  • noun: A debt symbolized by a tally.
  • noun: The trunk or main stem of a tree or another plant.
  • noun: A plant or stem onto which a graft is made.
  • noun: A plant or tree from which cuttings and slips are taken.
  • noun: The original progenitor of a family line.
  • noun: The descendants of a common ancestor; a family line, especially of a specified character: comes from farming stock.
  • noun: Ancestry or lineage; antecedents.
  • noun: The type from which a group of animals or plants has descended.
  • noun: A race, family, or other related group of animals or plants.
  • noun: An ethnic group or other major division of the human race.
  • noun: A group of related languages.
  • noun: A group of related families of languages.
  • noun: The raw material out of which something is made.
  • noun: The broth in which meat, fish, bones, or vegetables are simmered for a relatively long period, used as a base in preparing soup, gravy, or sauces.
  • noun: A main upright part, especially a supporting structure or block.
  • noun: Nautical The timber frame that supports a ship during construction.
  • noun: A frame in which a horse or other animal is held for shoeing or for veterinary treatment. Often used in the plural.
  • noun: A device consisting of a heavy timber frame with holes for confining the ankles and sometimes the wrists, formerly used for punishment.
  • noun: Nautical A crosspiece at the end of the shank of an anchor.
  • noun: The wooden block from which a bell is suspended.
  • noun: The rear wooden, metal, or plastic handle or support of a rifle, pistol, or automatic weapon, to which the barrel and mechanism are attached.
  • noun: The long supporting structure and mooring beam of field-gun carriages that trails along the ground to provide stability and support.
  • noun: A handle, such as that of a whip, a fishing rod, or various carpentry tools.
  • noun: The frame of a plow, to which the share, handles, coulter, and other parts are fastened.
  • noun: A theatrical stock company.
  • noun: The repertoire of such a company.
  • noun: A theater or theatrical activity, especially outside of a main theatrical center: a small role in summer stock.
  • noun: Botany Any of several Eurasian and Mediterranean plants of the genus Matthiola in the mustard family, especially M. incana, widely cultivated for its clusters of showy, variously colored flowers.
  • noun: Games The portion of a pack of cards or of a group of dominoes that is not dealt out but is drawn from during a game.
  • noun: Geology A body of intrusive igneous rock of which less than 100 square kilometers (40 square miles) is exposed.
  • noun: Zoology A compound organism, such as a colony of zooids.
  • noun: Personal reputation or status: a teacher whose stock with the students is rising.
  • noun: Confidence or credence: I put no stock in that statement.
  • noun: A long white neckcloth worn as part of a formal riding habit.
  • noun: A broad scarf worn around the neck, especially by certain clerics.
  • noun: Rolling stock.
  • verb-transitive: To provide or furnish with a stock of something, especially:
  • verb-transitive: To supply (a shop) with merchandise.
  • verb-transitive: To supply (a farm) with livestock.
  • verb-transitive: To fill (a stream, for example) with fish.
  • verb-transitive: To keep for future sale or use.
  • verb-transitive: To provide (a rifle, for example) with a stock.
  • verb-transitive: Obsolete To put (someone) in the stocks as a punishment.
  • verb-intransitive: To gather and lay in a supply of something: stock up on canned goods.
  • verb-intransitive: To put forth or sprout new shoots. Used of a plant.
  • adjective: Kept regularly in stock: a stock item.
  • adjective: Repeated regularly without any thought or originality; routine: a stock answer.
  • adjective: Employed in dealing with or caring for stock or merchandise: a stock clerk.
  • adjective: Of or relating to the raising of livestock: stock farming.
  • adjective: Used for breeding: a stock mare.
  • adjective: Of or relating to a stock company or its repertoire.
  • adjective: Of or being a conventional character or situation that recurs in many literary or cinematic works.
  • idiom: in stock Available for sale or use; on hand.
  • idiom: out of stock Not available for sale or use.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • buožė (šautuvo)
  • basic stock of words pagrindinis žodyninis fondas
  • to have in stock turėti atsargoje
  • stock exchange birža
  • leukonija
  • stapeli
  • giminė
  • šeima
  • atsarga
  • fondas
  • ist. trinka
  • (kalinio)pančiai
  • kelmas
  • kamienas
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