- n.（树木等的）干( stock的名词复数 ); 公债; 家系; 家族;
The shop stocks everything from cigarettes to recycled loo paper.
Three hundred thousand tons of cereals are needed to replenish stocks.
The insurance company will take warehouse stocks or treasury bonds as surety.
Mr Stocks can expect a gruelling week on the publicity treadmill.
The shop stocks an extensive range of beach wear.
Computers give them up-to-the-minute information on sales and stocks.
Stocks seesawed ever lower until prices found some new level of equilibrium.
Stocks of ammunition were running low.
World stocks of wheat were getting very low.
They want to unload the stocks on the market.
She invested most of her savings in stocks and shares.
You had better get professional advice before buying stocks.
We have bought in large stocks of this material.
Stocks of coal are running low.
This store stocks all types of toys.
Her mother was often ill, and so from the age of two her father took her with him to work and taught her about stocks and shares.
She invested in stocks and shares on Wall Street
They sell stocks and other assets.
True, stock prices fell a third from September to December 1929, but fewer Americans then owned stocks
Both stocks and homes, more widely held, dropped more.
1. a wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes for the neck and hands; offenders were locked in and so exposed to public scorn