cattle that are raised for meat
stored on the premises or available for sale or use
A stock car is an old car which has had changes made to it so that it is suitable for races in which the cars often crash into each other.
If you stock up on something, you buy a lot of it, in case you cannot get it later .
any of the most active securities on the Stock Exchange of which there are between 100 and 200; at least ten market makers must continuously display the prices of an alpha stock and all transactions in them must be published immediately
any of the second rank of active securities on the Stock Exchange, of which there are about 500. Continuous display of prices by market makers is required but not immediate publication of transactions
shares of stock, usually common, given by a corporation as a bonus with the purchase of another class of security
a gunstock that can be fitted to a rifle to allow it to fire like an automatic firearm
any of the fourth rank of active securities on the Stock Exchange . Market makers need not display prices of these securities continuously and any prices displayed are taken only as an indication rather than an offer to buy or sell
any of the third rank of active securities on the London Stock Exchange. Prices displayed by market makers are given as an indication rather than an offer to buy or sell
capital funds held in common and usually divided into shares between the owners
Model stock is the maintenance of adequate levels of stock of an item so that an adequate supply is always available for selling.
merchandise, as dishes, available in sets, with individual pieces kept in stock for replacements or additions
a highly speculative stock traded over the counter, typically at prices under one dollar per share
a book in which details of a business's stock are kept
an abbreviation that identifies a particular security on a stock-quotation machine
A stock cube is a solid cube made from dried meat or vegetable juices and other flavourings. Stock cubes are used to add flavour to dishes such as stews and soups.
a European dove, Columba oenas, smaller than the wood pigeon and having a uniformly grey plumage
a farm on which livestock is bred
the quantity or number of goods or raw materials kept on the premises of a shop or business
a list or inventory of the goods or raw materials kept on the premises of a shop or business
a lock that is enclosed in a wooden case
A stock order is a request, often created automatically by retail software, for new supplies to refill the inventory and replenish shelves .
the act or result of splitting stock
If someone stands or sits stock-still, they do not move at all.
the tax basis for evaluating farmers ' stock. Cattle, sheep, and deer are each given differing stock-unit values, the basic measure being the ewe equivalent
a whip with a long lash and a short handle, as used to herd cattle
If you take stock, you pause to think about all the aspects of a situation or event before deciding what to do next .
a stock of veal bones, vegetables, herbs, and seasonings : used as the basis for sauces and soups
a stock of a commodity built up by a government or trade organization with the object of using it to stabilize prices
the par value of the total share capital that a company is authorized to issue
Common stock refers to the shares in a company that are owned by people who have a right to vote at the company's meetings and to receive part of the company's profits after the holders of preferred stock have been paid .
a plant, Matthiola incana, of the genus Matthiola, of the Mediterranean region, cultivated for its brightly coloured flowers: Brassicaceae ( crucifers )
a stock which attracts a large number of investors, as because of its continuous or dramatic price appreciation
ordinary shares with good prospects of appreciation in yield and value
the total number of houses, flats, etc, in an area
Rolling stock is all the engines and carriages that are used on a railway.
buyback (sense 3 )
a business enterprise the capital of which is divided into transferable shares
Stock control is the activity of making sure that a company always has exactly the right amount of goods available to sell .
film containing stock shots
The stock market consists of the general activity of buying stocks and shares, and the people and institutions that organize it.
A stock option is an opportunity for the employees of a company to buy shares at a special price.
Stock options are the right to buy a stock in the future at a price set today .
the raising of livestock
a cowboy's saddle, esp an ornamental one
A stock symbol is a standard abbreviation for a publicly traded stock.
A stock warrant is the right to buy stock at a particular price on a particular date directly from the issuing company.
the production of plays, musical comedy, etc, during the summer, esp. in a suburban or resort area, often by a repertory company