• money in the form of coins and bank notes
• redeem; exchange for coins and bank notes
• cash is money in the form of notes and coins rather than cheques.
• if you cash a cheque, you exchange it at a bank for the amount of money that it is worth.
• if you cash in on a situation, you use it to gain an advantage for yourself; an informal expression.
cash a check
• receive the cash for a check, give a check to the bank and receive its cash value
cash and carry
• a cash-and-carry is a large shop where people who work for a business can buy goods more cheaply and in larger quantities than in ordinary shops.
• commercial transactions involving only cash (as opposed to credit)
• book containing records of cash transactions, cashbook
• a cash book is a book in which you can write down payments made and money received.
• money box; place for keeping money is kept; place where money is deposited and paid out
• allocation of cash resources
• paying with cash for a purchase
• credit card that grants its holder to receive cash
• a cash card is a plastic card that you use to withdraw money from a cash dispenser.
• profitable enterprise, business that earns a lot of money
• a cash crop is a crop that is grown in order to be sold.
cash desk• cash counter for payment of purchases in a store (mainly uk usage)
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