not put (a lot of) stock in (something)(redirected from not put of stock in it)
not put (a lot of) stock in (something)
To not accept or pay any attention to something; to have or invest no faith or confidence in something. I wouldn't put a lot of stock in John's promises if I were you—more often than not, he'll end up letting you down. I don't know how a company expects its managers to perform well when it doesn't put stock in their abilities.
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