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    #1

    in stock

    Dear all,

    What's the meaning of "to be in stock" in the following context:

    A weeding planner says:

    "we're going crazy, and-- and looking at all these different fabrics. We don't even know if they have 'em in stock."

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    Re: in stock

    I think you mean a wedding planner.

    If the stores have the fabrics in stock, they are there on the shelves, available for immediate purchase.

    Rover

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