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stock up

phrasal verb with stock uk   /stɒk/  us   /stɑːk/ verb [T]
to buy a large quantity of something: During the emergency, people stocked up on essential items.
Translations of “stock up”
in Korean -을 많이 사다…
in Arabic يُخَزِّن…
in Portuguese prover, sortir, estocar…
in Catalan proveir-se…
in Japanese 蓄える, 買いだめする…
in Italian fare una scorta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大量購買, 囤積…
in Russian запасаться…
in Turkish depolamak, stok yapmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大量购买, 囤积…
in Polish zaopatrywać się, robić zapasy…
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