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cash down

Definition of cash down in English:

British With immediate and full payment at the time of purchase: the price was £900 cash down
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  • But City said it would have to be cash down or nothing.
  • ‘No one is walking in and putting cash down on new cars,’ said Pat Shanahan, owner of Isuzu dealership Airport Auto.
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