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cash1 British & World English

Money in coins or notes, as distinct from cheques, money orders, or credit

cash2 British & World English

A coin of low value from China, southern India, or SE Asia

cash English Thesaurus

a wallet stuffed with cash

Cash, Johnny British & World English

(1932–2003), American country music singer and songwriter; born J. R. Cash. Notable songs: ‘I Walk the Line’ (1956) and ‘A Boy Named Sue’ (1969)

e-cash British & World English

Electronic financial transactions conducted in cyberspace via computer networks

cash in British & World English

Take advantage of or exploit (a situation)

cash up British & World English

Count and check takings at the end of a day’s trading

cash down British & World English

With immediate and full payment at the time of purchase

cash bar British & World English

A bar at a social function at which guests buy drinks rather than having them provided free

cash book British & World English

A book in which receipts and payments of money are recorded

cash box British & World English

A metal box with a lock for keeping cash in

cash card British & World English

A plastic card issued by a bank or building society which enables the holder to withdraw money from a cash machine

cash cow British & World English

A business, investment, or product that provides a steady income or profit

cash crop British & World English

A crop produced for its commercial value rather than for use by the grower

cash desk British & World English

A counter or compartment in a shop or restaurant where payments are made

cash flow British & World English

The total amount of money being transferred into and out of a business, especially as affecting liquidity

cash-rich British & World English

Having a great deal of money available to spend

cold cash British & World English

North American term for hard cash.

hard cash British & World English

Negotiable coins and banknotes as opposed to other forms of payment

cash buyer British & World English

A person who is able to buy something, especially a property, without needing to take out a mortgage or loan to do so

cash nexus British & World English

The relationship constituted by monetary transactions

cash ratio British & World English

The ratio of the liquid assets of a company to its current liabilities

petty cash British & World English

An accessible store of money kept by an organization for expenditure on small items

cash machine British & World English

Another term for automated teller machine.

cash register British & World English

A machine used in shops that has a drawer for money and totals, displays, and records the amount of each sale

cash-strapped British & World English

Extremely short of money

digital cash British & World English

Money that may be transferred electronically from one party to another during a transaction

cash in hand British & World English

Payment for goods and services in cash rather than by cheque or other means, typically as a way of avoiding the payment of tax on the amount earned

cash dispenser British & World English

Another term for automated teller machine.

cash and carry British & World English

A system of wholesale trading whereby goods are paid for in full at the time of purchase and taken away by the purchaser

cash something in British & World English

Convert an insurance policy, savings account, or other investment into money

cash on delivery British & World English

The system of paying for goods when they are delivered

Penney, James Cash British & World English

(1875–1971), US businessman. He invested in a small store (the Golden Rule) in Kemmerer, Wyoming, 1902 and by 1913 had developed 34 stores, the beginning of the J. C. Penney department store chain. He was the company’s president 1913–17 and chairman 1917–46

discounted cash flow British & World English

A method of assessing investments taking into account the expected accumulation of interest

cash in in cash1 British & World English

Take advantage of or exploit (a situation)

cash up in cash1 British & World English

Count and check takings at the end of a day’s trading

strapped British & World English

Short of money

cash down in cash1 British & World English

With immediate and full payment at the time of purchase

cash something in in cash1 British & World English

Convert an insurance policy, savings account, or other investment into money

cashback British & World English

A form of incentive offered to buyers of certain products whereby they receive a cash refund after making their purchase

cash and carry in cash1 British & World English

A system of wholesale trading whereby goods are paid for in full at the time of purchase and taken away by the purchaser

cash in hand in cash1 British & World English

Payment for goods and services in cash rather than by cheque or other means, typically as a way of avoiding the payment of tax on the amount earned

ready money British & World English

Money in the form of cash that is immediately available

ready cash in ready money British & World English

Money in the form of cash that is immediately available

cash on delivery in cash1 British & World English

The system of paying for goods when they are delivered


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