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restockverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ˌriːˈstɒk/
COMMERCE to ​replacegoods that have been ​sold or used with a new ​supply of them: As soon as a ​gap appears a stacker appears from the ​storeroom to restock. restock ​supplies The ​supermarketmonitors what it ​sellsprior to Christmas to restock ​shelves immediately afterward.
noun [U]
The restocking of ​inventoriespushed up the ​value of ​importedgoods to near ​recordlevels as the American ​economypicked up.
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