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restock

[ree-stok] /riˈstɒk/
verb (used with object), verb (used without object)
1.
to stock again; replenish.
Origin
1670-1680
1670-80; re- + stock
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  • 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.
  • It is rumoured that other warlords have also been paid: enough, possibly, to restock dwindling weapons supplies.
  • He did not know if his distributor would restock the shelves, though.
  • If they are breeding, you don't need to capture wild animals to restock.
  • The charity is working to restock the library with his original books, too.
  • Theoretically, that's enough to allow farmers to restock.
  • Which may put a decade-long effort to restock the military's light tactical vehicle fleet in the ditch.
British Dictionary definitions for restock

restock

/riːˈstɒk/
verb
1.
to replenish stores or supplies
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Word Origin and History for restock
v.

also re-stock, 1670s, from re- + stock (v.). Related: Restocked; restocking.

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