Definition of cash up or North American cash out in English:

cash up (or North American cash out)

Count and check takings at the end of a day’s trading: two staff were cashing up at one of the tills
More example sentences
  • Nearly £18,000 was taken in the raid when two members of staff who were cashing up a Saturday night's takings were attacked.
  • It's getting close to 6.00 pm when I start cashing up and the other member of staff comes upstairs to work the main till.
  • Mr Harteveld said: ‘I was cashing up when I heard a noise.’
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