deadstock

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

dead +‎ stock

Noun[edit]

deadstock (countable and uncountable, plural deadstocks)

  1. Merchandise that had been removed from sale, now offered for sale at a later date.
  2. Agricultural implements and stored produce, distinguished from livestock.

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