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Definition of "restocked" [restocked]

  • To replenish stores or supplies (of) (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of restock. (verb)

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Use "restocked" in a sentence
  • "English Ero Manga In Stock Then from Icarus Comics we have some excellent titles restocked, including Aqua Plus, Taboo, Milk Mama and Heat: Ring of Destiny."
  • "Companies restocked late in the year as demand picked up and fears of a second recession dissipated."
  • "And U.S. wholesale inventories rose 1% to $473.17 billion in December from the prior month, more than the expected 0.5% increase, a signal businesses restocked at the end of last year to meet rising demand."