restock

verb
re·​stock | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈstäk \
restocked; restocking

Definition of restock

transitive verb

: to provide (something) with a stock or supply again restocked the pantry/shelves Texas Department of Fish and Wildlife says the reservoir will be restocked with fish as soon as the drought ends and water levels return to normal.— John Sepulvado : to provide, obtain, or keep a stock or supply of (something) again restock inventory restocking trout The retailer is now restocking about half those items because customers missed them.— Marina Strauss

First Known Use of restock

circa 1680, in the meaning defined above

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restock

verb

English Language Learners Definition of restock

: to provide a new supply of something to replace what has been used, sold, taken, etc.

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