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cash meaning

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  • Noun: cash  kash
    1. Money in the form of bills or coins
      "there is a desperate shortage of hard cash"
      - hard cash, hard currency 
    2. Prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check
      - immediate payment
    Verb: cash  kash
    1. Exchange for cash
      "I cashed the check as soon as it arrived in the mail"
      - cash in
    Noun: Cash
    1. United States country music singer and songwriter (1932-2003)
      - Johnny Cash, John Cash

    Sounds like: cache

    Derived forms: cashes, cashing, cashed

    See also: cash in on, cashable, cash-and-carry

    Type of: change, currency, exchange, interchange, payment, singer, vocaliser [Brit], vocalist, vocalizer

    Antonym: credit

    Encyclopedia: Cash, AR Cash Cash, John Cash, Arkansas


  • [Business]
    noun, verb

    noun [U]

    ALL-CASH, BULK CASH, DIGITAL CASH, E-CASH, HARD CASH, NON-CASH, PETTY CASH, SPOT CASH, VAULT CASH

    1

    money in the form of coins or notes/bills:

    We offer discounts for customers paying (in) cash.

    I'll give you the rest of the money in cash.

    You can make cash withdrawals of up to $500 a day.

    The bank should hold enough cash to satisfy customer demand.

    ❖ to have/hold/pay/withdraw cash

    2

    money generally, especially if it is immediately available:

    Telecoms companies are known for generating (= producing) cash.

    Shareholders have accepted a $10 a share cash offer.

    With ready cash (= money that is available to spend) in your bank account you can spend the money in any way you like.

    We now need to cut costs and maintain our cash reserves.

    The company was burning (= spending) cash at a rate of $10 000 a day.

    The group denies that it faces a cash crisis.

    ❖ to be short of/generate/need/raise/run out of cash

    IDIOMS

    cash down (BrE) (also cash up front, AmE, BrE) (Commerce )

    with immediate payment of cash:

    We paid $100 cash down and then 10 monthly installments of $20.

    cash in hand

    1 (informal)

    if you pay for goods and services cash in hand, you pay in cash, especially so that the person being paid can avoid paying tax on the amount:

    He took his payments cash in hand.

    cash-in-hand jobs

    2 (AmE also cash on hand) (Accounting )

    money that you have and can use immediately:

    Our reserves consist of cash in hand and deposits at the bank.

    cash up front

    = CASH DOWN

    verb [+ obj]

    to exchange a cheque, share, bond, etc. for money:

    Traveller`s cheques can be cashed at most hotels.

    UNCASHED

    PHRASAL VERBS

    cash in (on sth)

    to gain an advantage for yourself from a situation:

    Sports retailers are cashing in on the interest generated by the World Cup.

    cash sth in

    to exchange sth, such as an insurance policy, for money before the date on which it would normally end:

    She cashed in her shares just before their price fell.

    cash out; cash sth out (AmE)

    to sell an asset or an investment in order to make a profit:

    I planned to sell the company and cash out after two years.

    Only company executives were allowed to cash out their stock.

    cash up (BrE) (AmE cash out)

    to add up the amount of money that has been received in a shop/store, club, etc., especially at the end of the day:

    The men broke into the office while staff were cashing up.


  • [Economics]
    Legal tender in the form of banknotes and coins that are readily acceptable for the settlement of debts.

  • [Finance]
    The value of assets that can be converted into cash immediately, as reported by a company. Usually includes bank accounts and marketable securities, such as government bonds and banker's acceptances. Cash equivalents on balance sheets include securities that mature within 90 days (e.g., notes).
Examples
  • I 'd like to cash this cheque in, please.
  • Larocca fished out cash and gave the waiter.
  • The purchases were paid for with cash.
  • The purchase price is less if you pay by cash.
  • He understands how to ring the cash register.
  • The workers received their wages in cash.
  • I have no cash in hand——i am out of cash.
  • I have no cash in hand——i am out of cash.
  • The dealer reduced the price for cash down.
  • We'll pick up the cash at my office.
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