Finance. a company or corporation whose capital is divided into shares represented by stock.
Theater. a company acting a repertoire of plays, more or less permanently together, usually at its own theater.
(US) a business enterprise the capital of which is divided into transferable shares
a US term for repertory company
- Stock culture
stock culture n. A culture of a microorganism maintained solely to keep it viable for subculture into fresh medium.
noun, Finance. 1. a form of dividend collected by a stockholder in extra shares of the corporation’s stock rather than in cash. 2. the stock received in such a dividend.
noun 1. a cosmopolitan wild pigeon, Columba oenas, of Europe. noun 1. a European dove, Columba oenas, smaller than the wood pigeon and having a uniformly grey plumage
noun 1. a person or thing that stocks. 2. a young steer or heifer that is fed chiefly pasture or other roughage prior to more intensive feeding. Compare feeder (def 4). 3. Informal. stock car. noun 1. a supply of goods kept on hand for sale to customers by a merchant, distributor, manufacturer, etc.; inventory. […]