Stock

m; -(e)s, Stöcke
1. abgeschnittener Ast: stick (auch Spazierstock, Hockeyschläger); (Skistock) auch pole; (Schlagstock) cudgel; von Polizei: truncheon, Am. auch nightstick, billy (club); (Rohrstock) cane; (Billardstock) cue; (Taktstock) baton; mit dem Stock drohen / schlagen threaten / beat with the cane; den Stock einsetzen Polizei: use their truncheons (Am. nightsticks, billies); am Stock gehen walk with a stick; umg., fig. be on one’s last legs; finanziell: auch be down to nothing; da gehst du am Stock! umg. you’ll be flabbergasted!; hoher Stock Eishockey: high-sticking
2. BOT. (Weinstock) vine; (Blumenstock) (flowering) pot plant
3. (Baumstumpf, Wurzelstock) stock; über Stock und Stein up hill and down dale
4. (Gebirgsstock) massif
5. (Bienenstock) hive; Opferstock etc.
Stock2
m; -(e)s, -; (Stockwerk) floor, stor(e)y; im ersten Stock wohnen live on the first (Am. second) floor; vier Stock hoch four storeys (Am. stories) high
* * *
der Stock
(Stab) cane; stick; staff;
(Stockwerk) storey; floor; story
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Stọck I [ʃtɔk]
m -(e)s, -e
['ʃtœkə]
1) stick; (= Rohrstock) cane; (= Taktstock) baton; (= Zeigestock) pointer; (= Billardstock) cue

er stand da (steif) wie ein Stock or als ob er einen Stock verschluckt hätte — he stood there as stiff as a poker

am Stock gehen — to walk with (the aid of) a stick; (fig inf) to be in a bad way or in bad shape; (nach viel Arbeit) to be dead beat (Brit inf) or dead (US inf); (finanziell)

Stock und Hut (dated) — hat and stick

2) (= Wurzelstock) roots pl

über Stock und Stein — up hill and down dale (Brit), over stick and stone (US)

3) (Pflanze) (= Rebstock) vine; (= Rosenstock) rose bush; (Bäumchen) rose tree; (= Blumenstock) pot plant
4) (= Bienenstock) hive
5) (GEOL = Gesteinsmasse) massif, rock mass
6) (HIST) stocks pl

jdn in den Stock legen — to put sb in the stocks

7) pl - (= Stockwerk) floor, storey (Brit), story (US)

das Haus hat drei Stock or ist drei Stock hoch — the house is three storeys (Brit) or three stories (US) high

im ersten Stock — on the first floor (Brit), on the second floor (US)

8) (Sw = Kartoffelbrei) mashed potato(es pl)
II [stɔk]
m -s, -s (ECON)
stock
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der
1) (formerly a wooden frame in which a criminal was fastened as a punishment.) stocks
2) (a long thin piece of wood etc shaped for a special purpose: She always walks with a stick nowadays; a walking-stick / hockey-stick; a drumstick.) stick
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Stock1
<-[e]s, Stöcke>
[ʃtɔk, pl ˈʃtœkə]
m
1. (lange Holzstange) stick
2. HORT (Topfpflanze) plant
3. (Bienenstock) [bee]hive
4.
am \Stock gehen (fam) to be worn out [or worn to a shadow] [or BRIT fam! knackered]
über \Stock und Stein across country
Stock2
<-[e]s, ->
[ʃtɔk]
m floor, storey, AM also story
der 1. \Stock the ground [or AM first] floor, the first storey
im 2. \Stock on the first [or AM second] floor, on the second storey
* * *
I
der; Stock[e]s, Stöcke
1) (Ast, SpazierStock) stick; (ZeigeStock) pointer; stick; (TaktStock) baton

steif wie ein Stock — as stiff as a poker

am Stock gehen — walk with a stick; (ugs.): (erschöpft sein) be whacked (Brit. coll.) or dead beat

2) (SkiStock) pole; stick
3) (Pflanze) (RosenStock) [rose-]bush; (RebStock) vine
4) (Eishockey, Hockey, Rollhockey) stick
II
der; Stock[e]s, Stock (Etage) floor; storey

das Haus hat vier Stock — the house is four storeys high

im fünften Stock — on the fifth (Brit.) or (Amer.) sixth floor

* * *
Stock1 m; -(e)s, Stöcke
1. abgeschnittener Ast: stick (auch Spazierstock, Hockeyschläger); (Skistock) auch pole; (Schlagstock) cudgel; von Polizei: truncheon, US auch nightstick, billy (club); (Rohrstock) cane; (Billardstock) cue; (Taktstock) baton;
mit dem Stock drohen/schlagen threaten/beat with the cane;
den Stock einsetzen Polizei: use their truncheons (US nightsticks, billies);
am Stock gehen walk with a stick; umg, fig be on one’s last legs; finanziell: auch be down to nothing;
da gehst du am Stock! umg you’ll be flabbergasted!;
hoher Stock Eishockey: high-sticking
2. BOT (Weinstock) vine; (Blumenstock) (flowering) pot plant
3. (Baumstumpf, Wurzelstock) stock;
über Stock und Stein up hill and down dale
4. (Gebirgsstock) massif
5. (Bienenstock) hive; Opferstock etc
Stock2 m; -(e)s, -; (Stockwerk) floor, stor(e)y;
im ersten Stock wohnen live on the first (US second) floor;
vier Stock hoch four storeys (US stories) high
* * *
I
der; Stock[e]s, Stöcke
1) (Ast, SpazierStock) stick; (ZeigeStock) pointer; stick; (TaktStock) baton

steif wie ein Stock — as stiff as a poker

am Stock gehen — walk with a stick; (ugs.): (erschöpft sein) be whacked (Brit. coll.) or dead beat

2) (SkiStock) pole; stick
3) (Pflanze) (RosenStock) [rose-]bush; (RebStock) vine
4) (Eishockey, Hockey, Rollhockey) stick
II
der; Stock[e]s, Stock (Etage) floor; storey

das Haus hat vier Stock — the house is four storeys high

im fünften Stock — on the fifth (Brit.) or (Amer.) sixth floor

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¨-e m.
cane n.
floor n.
stick n.
storey (UK)
(floor) n.
storey n.
story (US)
(floor) n.

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