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stagnoun [C]

us   /stæɡ/
an adult male deer
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stagnoun [C]

uk   /stæɡ/ us   informal
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET someone who buys shares in a company when it is first sold to the public and sells them as soon as the share price goes up to make a quick profit: No one had expected the share offer to be a high stag stock.

stagverb [T]

uk   /stæɡ/ us   -gg- informal
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET to buy shares in a company when it is first sold to the public and then sell the shares as soon as the price goes up to make a quick profit: There will be the usual scramble as private investors try to stag the new issue and sell at a profit.
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Translations of “stag”
in Korean 숫사슴…
in Arabic وَعل…
in Malaysian rusa jantan…
in French cerf…
in Russian олень-самец…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 成年雄鹿…
in Italian cervo…
in Turkish erkek geyik…
in Polish jeleń…
in Spanish venado, ciervo…
in Vietnamese hươu đực…
in Portuguese veado…
in Thai กวางตัวผู้…
in German der Rothirsch…
in Catalan cérvol…
in Japanese 雄ジカ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 成年雄鹿…
in Indonesian rusa jantan…
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