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stocker

noun stock·er \ˈstä-kər\

: a person whose job is to put products on a store's shelves, in a store's cases, etc.

Full Definition of STOCKER

1
:  a young animal (as a steer or heifer) suitable for being fed and fattened for market
2
:  an animal (as a heifer) suitable for use in a breeding establishment
3
:  stock car 2

Examples of STOCKER

  1. He works as a produce stocker at the grocery store.

First Known Use of STOCKER

1881

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