Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive verb To furnish new stock for; stock again.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To stock again; specifically, in ichthyology, to furnish, by artificial means, with a species which is becoming exhausted.

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  • verb To stock again; to resupply with stocks

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb stock again

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Examples

  • Which means if you take something back and want your money back, they charge you 15% of the total price to "restock" the goods.

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  • Next up was Counterpunch, and while there was discussion about the Twincast member in the show, we're talking about the exclusive Punch/Counterpunch toy, and it's upcoming 'restock' by the Transformers Collectors 'Club.

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  • UPS said it expects U.S. package volume to climb 1% to 2% in the fourth quarter, a forecast that doesn't include the potential for what it said could be a late surge in shipments if retailers make a last-minute push to restock depleted inventories because of better consumer demand.

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  • For example, they are calculating what would happen if a swine-flu pandemic wiped out most of their employees, contemplating questions regarding how the bank continues to operate and even who would restock cash machines.

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  • Those factors potentially could fuel a "capacity squeeze" in air freight late in the quarter, Mr. Kuehn said, because U.S. retailers have been keeping inventories extremely low and might opt to restock just before the holidays.

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  • Mr. Marchionne convinced the U.S. government to give him control of Chrysler in 2009 in part by promising to restock the Auburn Hills, Mich., auto maker's line up with fuel-efficient Fiat cars, saving Chrysler billions of dollars in development costs.

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  • The disaster caused a bottleneck in products reaching the market, and that could help manufacturers in the months ahead as distributors and retailers restock inventories that had run down, Mr. Fujii said.

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  • Just make sure you remember to restock as needed at the end of each trip, lest you end up in Brisbane with a dried-up deodorant stick.

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  • The auto maker began restoring some sales incentives in May after it became clear that it would be able to restock dealer lots faster than anticipated.

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  • Vintages with which he had grown tired were no longer poured out or flung into the fireplace, but were instead used to restock my supply.

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