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Definition of hard cash in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Negotiable coins and banknotes as opposed to other forms of payment: hard cash may soon be back in fashion
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  • In an uncertain world, many investors look to dividends - payouts in hard cash - to justify their decision to hold shares.
  • I guess I never treated the credit card as hard cash and therefore I found it easier to justify and carry on spending.
  • This will be credited as my investment in the company as opposed to putting in hard cash into Bordier [Bank].

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