English - Vietnamese Dictionary
- (toán kinh tế) dự trữ (hàng hoá); cổ phần chứng khoán
- deal s. (toán kinh tế) tài sản (chết)
- joint s. (toán kinh tế) tư bản cổ phần
stocks|stocked|stocking|stocker|stockeststɑk /stɒkThesaurus Dictionary
+the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity)
+liquid in which meat and vegetables are simmered; used as a basis for e.g. soups or sauces
+the merchandise that a shop has on hand
+a supply of something available for future use
+not used technically; any animals kept for use or profit
+the descendants of one individual
+the handle of a handgun or the butt end of a rifle or shotgun or part of the support of a machine gun or artillery gun
+the reputation and popularity a person has
+a special variety of domesticated animals within a species
+lumber used in the construction of something
+a certificate documenting the shareholder's ownership in the corporation
+any of various ornamental flowering plants of the genus Malcolmia
+a plant or stem onto which a graft is made; especially a plant grown specifically to provide the root part of grafted plants
+any of several Old World plants cultivated for their brightly colored flowers
+the handle end of some implements or tools
+persistent thickened stem of a herbaceous perennial plant
+an ornamental white cravat
+have on hand
+equip with a stock
+supply with fish
+supply with livestock
+stock up on to keep for future use or sale
+provide or furnish with a stock of something
+put forth and grow sprouts or shoots
+repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
+regularly and widely used or sold
Advanced English Dictionary
1 supply, store, inventory, stockpile, reserve, reservoir, cache, hoard; wares, merchandise, goods, selection, assortment, range, variety, array:
One can select something suitable from the stock at the local wine shop.
2 pedigree, bloodline, house, dynasty, (line of) descent, genealogy, extraction, roots, lineage, family, ancestry, parentage, breeding, heritage:
Her mother was concerned that she should marry someone of good stock.
3 source, progenitor, creator, father, begetter, forefather, ancestor, precursor, forerunner, forebear; founder:
He might well provide the stock for a new line of kings.
4 livestock, (domestic or farm) animals, cattle, beasts; horses, cows, oxen, sheep, goats:
Don't forget to water the stock before driving to the village.
5 share, ownership, investment, capital, funds; property, assets:
He owned ten shares of stock in the corporation. The company's stock is worth next to nothing today.
6 take stock. weigh (up), estimate, review, appraise, look at, Colloq size up:
We must take stock of the situation and decide what to do.
7 routine, stereotyped, banal, clichéd, commonplace, usual, hackneyed, ordinary, stale, staple, run-of-the-mill, tired, old, everyday, customary, set, standard, traditional, trite, worn out, Colloq corny:
Ask him how he is and you always get his stock reply, 'Fair to meddling'.
8 standard, ordinary, regular, routine, staple:
The shop does not carry 'extra tall' or 'extra short', only stock sizes.
9 carry, have, have or make available, handle, deal in, market, sell, supply, furnish, provide, offer, trade in, keep:
The shop stocked a wide range of hardware.
10 Often, stock up (on). accumulate, amass, pile up, stockpile, hoard, store (up), cache, lay in, inventory:
Everyone stocked up on food in case the village was blocked by snow.
noun, verb, adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 [U, C] a supply of goods that is available for sale in a shop/store: We have a fast turnover of stock. + That particular model is not currently in stock. + I'm afraid we're temporarily out of stock. + We don't carry a large stock of pine furniture. + It is important to carry out regular stock checks.
2 [C, U] ~ (of sth) a supply of sth that is available for use: She's built up a good stock of teaching materials over the years. + Food stocks are running low. + a country's housing stock (= all the houses available for living in)
3 [U] the value of the shares in a company that have been sold
4 [C, usually pl.] a share that sb has bought in a company or business: stock prices + stocks and shares
Compare: SHARE n. (4)
5 [U, C] (BrE) money that is lent to a government at a fixed rate of interest; an official document that gives details of this: government stock
6 [U] farm animals, such as cows and sheep, that are kept for their meat, wool, etc: breeding stock
See also - LIVESTOCK
family / ancestors
7 [U] of farming, noble, French, etc. ~ having the type of family or ancestors mentioned
8 [U, C] a liquid made by cooking bones, meat, etc. in water, used for making soups and sauces: fish / vegetable stock
9 (stocks) [pl.] a wooden structure with holes for the feet, used in the past to lock criminals in as a form of punishment, especially in a public place
10 [U] (formal) the degree to which sb is respected or liked by other people: Their stock is high / low.
11 [C] the part of a gun that you hold against your shoulder when firing it
12 [U, C] a garden plant with brightly coloured flowers with a sweet smell
13 [C] (technical) a plant from which a stem is taken to be added to another plant so that the two grow together; the plant onto which this stem is added
14 [C] (AmE) = STOCK COMPANY
See also - LAUGHING STOCK, ROLLING STOCK
Idioms: on the stocks in the process of being made, built or prepared: Our new model is already on the stocks and will be available in the spring.
take stock (of sth) to stop and think carefully about the way in which a particular situation is developing in order to decide what to do next: It was time to stand back and take stock of his career.
more at LOCK n.
See also - STOCKTAKING
+ verb [VN]
1 (of a shop / store) to keep a supply of a particular type of goods to sell: Do you stock green tea? + We stock a wide range of camping equipment.
2 [often passive] ~ sth (with sth) to fill sth with food, books, etc: The pond was well stocked with fish. + a well-stocked library
Phrasal Verbs: stock sth<->up to fill sth with goods, food, etc: We need to stock up the freezer.
stock up (on / with sth) to buy a lot of sth so that you can use it later: We ought to stock up on film before our trip.
+ adjective [only before noun]
1 (disapproving) a stock excuse, answer, etc. is one that is often used because it is easy and convenient, but that is not very original: 'No comment,' was the actor's stock response. + Her stock excuse was:
'I'm washing my hair tonight'.
2 usually available for sale in a shop/store: stock sizes
1 available supply of sth
good, high, huge, large | low | adequate | declining, dwindling, falling
dwindling fish stocks in the North Sea
| surplus | buffer, reserve
A buffer stock of grain was held in case of emergency shortages.
| fresh, new | old | existing | fish, food, etc. | housing
The housing stock is no longer large enough for the population.
| capital, money | library
VERB + STOCK
carry, have, hold, keep
The big supermarkets carry huge stocks of most goods.
| add to, increase | dispose of, get rid of, reduce, sell off
They're selling off their old stock cheap.
| maintain, protect
laws to protect fish stocks
| replace, replenish
STOCK + VERB
be/go up, increase | be/go down, decline, dwindle, fall, run low
Stocks of coal are running dangerously low.
The offer is only available while stocks last.
STOCK + NOUN
| levels | control
We can supply the table from stock.
| in ~
Have you got futon beds in stock or will I have to order one?
| out of ~
Red tights are out of stock.
2 share in the capital of a company
blue-chip, gilt-edged, index-linked
VERB + STOCK
acquire, buy, invest in, purchase | cash in, dispose of, sell | deal in, trade | have, hold, own | issue | value
The stocks were valued at £100,000.
STOCK + VERB
be down/up | fall, go down, plummet, sink | go up, rise, soar
STOCK + NOUN
exchange, market | index
She's got about £30,000 in stocks.
investment in stocks, the value of the stocks
The total value of the stocks was over £3 million.
3 liquid used for making soups, sauces, etc.
chicken, fish, vegetable, etc.
VERB + STOCK
make | thicken | dilute, reduce | flavour
Flavour the stock with bay leaves.
STOCK + NOUN
in a/the ~
Poach the fish in the stock. verb
plentifully, well | fully, properly
shops stocked with cheap souvenirs
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