Definition of cold cash in English:

cold cash

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  • North American term for hard cash.
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    • Because those who are actually going to buy into a championship event like to see ‘value’ for their money, meaning a large field, before they plunk down their cold cash to play.
    • Nor are these profits ‘notional’: they are payable in cold cash.
    • Trigger-happy traders and savvy institutional investors rarely put down cold cash for bonds.

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