[verb uhn-der-stok; noun uhn-der-stok]
- to provide an insufficient quantity, as of merchandise, supplies, or livestock.
- Horticulture. (in grafting) the rooted plant that receives the scion.
Origin of understock
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Examples from the Web for understocked
The market is understocked with commodities, not with labour, with work done, not with work to be done.
Unfortunately, the hack saw department is understocked and our new order has not arrived.Trading Jeff and his Dog
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