stock noun (SUPPLY) translate to Traditional Chinese
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stock

noun (SUPPLY)
供應物
 
 
/stɒk/ US  /stɑːk/
[C or U] a supply of something for use or sale
儲備物;供應物;存貨:
It is now halfway through winter and food stocks are already low.
現在冬天剛剛過半,但食物的儲備已經不足。
The local shop has a good stock of postcards and guidebooks.
本地商店備有大量明信片和旅遊指南。
Much of the city's housing stock (= the number of houses in the city) is over 100 years old.
城市中許多房子都有100多年歷史了。
Giving, providing and supplying
[U] the total amount of goods or the amount of a particular type of goods available in a shop
(商店的)庫存,存貨
This shop sells its old stock at a very low prices.
這家商店以極低的價格出售以前的存貨。
We'll be getting our new stock in on Friday.
我們將於週五收到新貨。
The new edition is in/out of stock (= available/not available) in major bookshops.
新版在各大書店都有售/脫銷了。
Products and producersBuying and selling in general
(Definition of stock noun (SUPPLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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