Definition of stocker
1 : a young animal (such as a steer or heifer) suitable for being fed and fattened for market
2 : an animal (such as a heifer) suitable for use in a breeding establishment
3 : stock car 2
Examples of stocker in a Sentence
He works as a produce stocker at the grocery store.
Recent Examples of stocker from the Web
The retailer needs more cashiers, merchandise stockers, Sephora cosemetics sales associates and other employees.
Some anglers reported catching over 30 fish, not including stockers.
Pridgeon, 34, had just ended her shift as a stocker at the Wal-Mart on Princeton Street on the morning of Jan. 9 and was getting into her car.
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First Known Use of stocker
STOCKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stocker for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to put products on a store's shelves, in a store's cases, etc.
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