Associations to the word «Cash»
CASH, noun. Money in the form of notes/bills and coins, as opposed to cheques/checks or electronic transactions.
CASH, noun. (informal) Money.
CASH, noun. (Canada) Cash register.
CASH, noun. (archaic) A place where money is kept, or where it is deposited and paid out; a money box.
CASH, verb. (transitive) To exchange (a check/cheque) for money in the form of notes/bills.
CASH, verb. (poker slang) To obtain a payout from a tournament.
CASH, noun. Any of several low-denomination coins of India or China, especially the Chinese copper coin.
CASH, verb. To disband.
CASH, proper noun. A surname.
CASH ADVANCE, noun. The money obtained using a service allowing credit cardholders to withdraw cash, either through an ATM or over the counter at a bank or other financial agency, up to a certain limit.
CASH ADVANCES, noun. Plural of cash advance
CASH AND CARRY, noun. A means by which someone pays for an item (i.e., does not purchase it on credit) and takes it (i.e., does not await delivery).
CASH AND CARRY, noun. (finance) A means by which someone purchases something and sells a future or forward based on it.
CASH BAR, noun. (US) A bar at a social event for which guests are required to pay for the drinks themselves. It is opposed to an open bar, where drinks are paid for by the host.
CASH BOX, noun. Alternative spelling of cashbox
CASH BOXES, noun. Plural of cash box
CASH BOY, noun. (dated) (informal) In large retail stores, a male messenger who carries the money received by the salesman from customers to a cashier, and returns the proper change.
CASH BOYS, noun. Plural of cash boy
CASH COW, noun. (idiomatic) (business) A product, service, or enterprise that generates ongoing, high net free cash flows.
CASH COW, noun. (idiomatic) (by extension) Someone or something which is a dependable source of appreciable amounts of money; a moneymaker.
CASH COWS, noun. Plural of cash cow
CASH CROP, noun. (agriculture) A crop that is grown for sale rather than for personal food or for feeding to livestock.
CASH CROPS, noun. Plural of cash crop
CASH DESK, noun. A place in a restaurant, bar, or shop etc, typically containing a cash register, where a customer can pay the bill
CASH DESKS, noun. Plural of cash desk
CASH DISPENSER, noun. Automated teller machine.
CASH DISPENSERS, noun. Plural of cash dispenser
CASH FLOW, noun. (accounting) The sum of cash revenues and expenditures over a period of time.
CASH FLOW, noun. (accounting) A statement of such transactions.
CASH FLOWS, noun. Plural of cash flow
CASH GAME, noun. (poker) A game where the chips directly represent money and players are free to leave at any time, in contrast to a poker tournament.
CASH GAMES, noun. Plural of cash game
CASH GRAB, noun. (derogatory) product designed without love or care, with the sole intent of generating profits
CASH GRAB, noun. (politics) Legislation that serves primarily the purpose of generating revenue.
CASH GRAB, noun. An activity engaged in with the intention of making money quickly.
CASH GRAB, noun. The money generated by a cash grab.
CASH GRAB, noun. A game in which players attempt to grab as much money as possible.
CASH IN, verb. (idiomatic) To profit from; to use an opportunity to maximum advantage, especially financially.
CASH IN, verb. (idiomatic) To die.
CASH IN HAND, adjective. Receiving wages or salary directly in the form of cash, often without deducting tax.
CASH IN HAND, adverb. In a manner receiving direct payment by cash, often without paying tax.
CASH IN HAND, noun. Direct payment by cash, as opposed to through a bank.
CASH IN ONE'S CHIPS, verb. (idiomatic) To discontinue an activity, accepting whatever gains or losses one has incurred; to give up.
CASH IN ONE'S CHIPS, verb. (idiomatic) To die.
CASH INSTRUMENT, noun. (finance) A financial instrument that is marketable at close to par under almost all circumstances.
CASH INSTRUMENTS, noun. Plural of cash instrument
CASH LEAKAGE, noun. (economics) Money flowing out of the banking system to be held as currency rather than being deposited into some form of financial institution.
CASH MACHINE, noun. (banking) An automated teller machine.
CASH MACHINES, noun. Plural of cash machine
CASH MONEY, noun. (slang) (emphatic) Cash, or a thing easily converted to cash, as opposed to credit.
CASH ON DELIVERY, noun. A transaction in which goods are paid for in full in cash or by certified check immediately when they are received by the buyer.
CASH ON THE BARREL HEAD, noun. Alternative form of cash on the barrelhead
CASH ON THE BARREL-HEAD, noun. Alternative form of cash on the barrelhead
CASH ON THE BARRELHEAD, noun. (idiomatic) Money in the form of paper currency or coins, paid immediately at the time and place of a transaction.
CASH OUT, verb. (US) To reconcile at the end of a shift; to compare receipts of items sold to records of credit card, check and cash placed into the drawer, verifying that correct change was given out by the clerk.
CASH OUT, verb. (US) (gambling) To retire; to exchange gambling chips for money when finished gambling.
CASH OUT, verb. (by extension) To exchange possession of any commodity or idea for cash.
CASH OUT, verb. (by extension, often in analytic philosophy) To explain what is entailed by an idea or proposition.
CASH POOR, adjective. Possessing considerable economic assets, but unable to quickly or easily liquidate them for monetary transactions.
CASH POSITION, noun. (business) (finance) The amount of cash available to a company at a given point in time.
CASH REGISTER, noun. A machine that tabulates the amount of sales transactions, makes a permanent and cumulative record of them, and has a drawer in which cash can be kept.
CASH REGISTERS, noun. Plural of cash register
CASH SOLVENT, adjective. (business) Having the ability to maintain adequate cash on hand to cover incurred expenses.
CASH STRAPPED, adjective. Alternative spelling of cash-strapped
CASH UP, verb. (idiomatic) to count the money taken by a business at the end of the day.
CASH UP, verb. (intransitive) (idiomatic) to earn money
CASH, noun. Money in the form of bills or coins; "there is a desperate shortage of hard cash".
CASH, noun. Prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check.
CASH, noun. United States country music singer and songwriter (1932-2003).
CASH, verb. Exchange for cash; "I cashed the check as soon as it arrived in the mail".
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