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stockman

[ stok-muhn or, for 3, -man ]
/ ˈstɒk mən or, for 3, -ˌmæn /
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noun, plural stock·men [stok-muhn or, for 3, -men]. /ˈstɒk mən or, for 3, -ˌmɛn/.
U.S. and Australia. a person who raises livestock.
a person employed on a stock farm.
a person in charge of a stock of goods, as in a warehouse.
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Origin of stockman

First recorded in 1800–10; stock + man
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British Dictionary definitions for stockman

stockman
/ (ˈstɒkmən, -ˌmæn) /

noun plural -men
  1. a man engaged in the rearing or care of farm livestock, esp cattle
  2. an owner of cattle or other livestock
US and Canadian a man employed in a warehouse or stockroom
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