restock

[ree-stok]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object)
to stock again; replenish.

Origin:
1670–80; re- + stock

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restock (riːˈstɒk)
 
vb
to replenish stores or supplies

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Example sentences
They also plan to disinfect and make repairs on their own facilities for the
  day when they can restock their land.
Bring only enough diapers and wipes to get you through the first few days, and
  plan to restock.
Companies that have depleted their inventories will restock them.
And the recovery of the private sector will rob them of their chance to restock
  their talent pools.
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