backstock

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

back +‎ stock

Noun[edit]

backstock (countable and uncountable, plural backstocks)

  1. Stock remaining that has not yet been sold.
    • 1988, Jay P. Pederson, International directory of company histories, Volume 38
      A key factor in Broder' s success was its maintenance of a large backstock of goods, which led to a higher order fulfillment ratio and happier customers.