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emergency {adj} [attr.] [e.g. reserves, stock]
674
eisern [fig.] [unantastbar] [z. B. Reserven, Vorräte]
stout {adj} [strong, stock, corpulent]
256
stark [kräftig, stämmig, korpulent]
flagged {adj} {past-p} [e.g. stock prices]
118
nachgelassen [z. B. Aktienkurse]
sharpening {adj} {pres-p}
12
anspitzend [Bleistift, Stock usw.]
listed {adj} {past-p} [stock exchange]
6
kotiert [Börse]
digging {adj} [attr.] [e.g. fork, organ, stick]Grab- [Grabe-] [z. B. Gabel, Organ, Stock]
rose {adj} [attr.] [e.g. arch, bed, bush, fertilizer, oil, pattern]Rosen- [z. B. Bogen, Beet, Stock, Dünger, Öl, Muster]
sth. seesawed [Am.] [e.g. stock price]etw. schwankte [z. B. Geldkurs, Preis]
Verbs
to crash [aircraft, stock market]
97
abschmieren [ugs.] [Flugzeug, Börse]
to flog sb./sth.
44
jdn./etw. schlagen [mit Stock, Peitsche etc.]
to baste sb. [beat with a stick] [coll.] [dated]
19
jdn. verprügeln [mit einem Stock]
tech. to cut sth. [from solid stock]etw. abspanen [aus dem Vollen]
to replenish sth. [a stock or supply; a tank, etc.]etw. (wieder) auffüllen [einen Vorrat; einen Tank etc.]
to replenish sth. [a stock or supply]etw. (wieder) auffrischen [einen Vorrat]
comm. to store sth. [put on stock]etw. auf Lager nehmen
Nouns
cloth. wardrobe [stock of clothes]
1364
Garderobe {f} [Kleidung]
fin. resources [stock or supply of money]
1045
Mittel {pl} [Ressourcen, Bestand an Geldmitteln]
textil. tools yardstick [measuring stick]
131
Zollstock {m} [regional] [Elle; Stock zum Abmessen von Ballenstoff]
stocks bourse [stock market in non-English-speaking countries, esp. France]
105
Börse {f}
stick
100
Stab {m} [Stock]
stocks floor [of a stock exchange]
36
Parkett {n} [der Börse]
pool [stock, supply]
36
Vorrat {m}
sports pole [e.g. ski pole, slalom pole, (Nordic) walking pole]
31
Stock {m} [z. B. Schistock, Slalomstock, Nordic-Walking-Stock]
stocks buoyancy [of stock market prices]
28
Aufwärtstendenz {f}
stick
27
Stecken {m} [bes. südd.] [Stock, Stab]
prick [stick]
21
Stecken {m} [regional] [Stock]
bank [fig.] [supply, stock]
19
Vorrat {m}
comm. store [goods in stock]
17
Lagerbestand {m}
spec. playbook {sg} [a stock of usual tactics or methods]
14
Leitlinien {pl} [Verhaltensleitfaden, Verhaltensrichtlinien]
comm. stock {sg} [goods in stock]
13
Bestände {pl}
comm. store [stock]
11
Store {m} [Vorrat, Lager]
rod [instrument of punishment] [also fig.]
10
Zuchtrute {f} [Stock zum Schlagen] [auch fig.]
stocks [newspaper designated by a stock exchange, in which issuers of stocks are obliged to publish official notifications]
6
Pflichtblatt {n} [Börse]
fin. stocks stockholder [also: stock holder]
6
Wertpapierbesitzer {m}
hist. theatre Pierrot [stock character from Commedia dell'arte]
5
Pierrot {m}
lit. tag [stock, set phrases used in literature]
5
Klischee {n} [abgedroschene Redensart]
theatre [19th-century Austrian stock comic character]Staberl {m}
gastr. hist. [meat stock or broth for soups, potages, and stews]Schü {f} [auch: Schüh, Schie, Chü]
gastr. [potatoes boiled in meat stock]Brühkartoffeln {pl} [Bouillonkartoffeln]
gastr. bouillon [thin soup or stock made by stewing meat, fish, or vegetables in water]klare Brühe {f} [Bouillon]
econ. fin. stocks bubble [economic bubble, speculative bubble, stock market bubble, etc.]Blase {f} [Spekulationsblase, Finanzblase]
mil. weapons buttstock [shoulder stock]Schulterstütze {f} [Gewehr]
buzzword [stock phrase](abgedroschene) Phrase {f}
buzzword [stock phrase]leeres Schlagwort {n}
gastr. consommé [a clear soup made with concentrated stock]Consommé {f} {n}
gastr. dashi [Japanese soup and cooking stock]Dashi {n}
stocks fluctuation [of stock prices]Kursausschlag {m}
gastr. glace [meat, fish] [thick, syrup-like reduction of stock]Glace {f} [Fleischextrakt, Fischextrakt]
comm. ind. overstock [surplus of stock]Lagerüberschuss {m}
snuffer [candle snuffer]Lichthut {m} [veraltet] [Löschhütchen ohne Stock oder Stange]
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