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cash 1

 (kăsh)
n.
1. Money in the form of bills or coins; currency.
2. Liquid assets including bank deposits and marketable securities.
3. Money paid in currency or by check: paid in cash.
tr.v. cashed, cash·ing, cash·es
To exchange for or convert into ready money: cash a check; cash in one's gambling chips.
Phrasal Verbs:
cash in
1. To withdraw from a venture by or as if by settling one's account.
2. Informal To obtain a profit or other advantage by timely exploitation: Profiteers cashed in during the gasoline shortage.
3. Slang To die.
cash out
To dispose of a long-held asset for profit: Hard-pressed farmers are tempted to cash out by selling their valuable land.
Idiom:
cash on the barrelhead
Immediate payment: You must pay cash on the barrelhead; we don't offer credit.

[Obsolete French casse, money box (from Norman French; see case2) or from Italian cassa (from Latin capsa, case).]

cash′less adj.

cash 2

 (kăsh)
n. pl. cash
Any of various Asian coins of small denomination, especially a copper and lead coin with a square hole in its center.

[Portuguese caixa, from Tamil kācu, a small coin.]

cash in

vb (adverb)
1. (tr) to give (something) in exchange, esp for money
2. informal
a. to profit (from)
b. to take advantage (of)
3. (intr) a slang expression for die1
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.cash in - exchange for cash; "I cashed the check as soon as it arrived in the mail"
liquidate - convert into cash; "I had to liquidate my holdings to pay off my ex-husband"
redeem - convert into cash; of commercial papers
exchange, interchange, change - give to, and receive from, one another; "Would you change places with me?"; "We have been exchanging letters for a year"
Translations
يُبَدِّلُ المال، يُصَرِّف
prodatzpeněžit
realisere
befizet
skipta, innleysa
speňažiť
paraya çevirmek

w>cash in

vt sepeinlösen
vi to cash in on somethingaus etw Kapital schlagen, sich (dat)etw zunutze or zu Nutze machen; we want to stop others cashing in (on the act) (inf)wir wollen verhindern, dass andere aus der Sache Kapital schlagen

cash

(kӕʃ) noun
1. coins or paper money, not cheques, credit cards etc. Do you wish to pay cash?
2. payment by money or cheque as opposed to payment by account. Cash or account, madam?
3. money in any form. He has plenty of cash.
verb
to turn into, or exchange for, money. You may cash a traveller's cheque here; Can you cash a cheque for me?
cashier (kӕˈʃiə) noun
a person who receives and pays out money (eg in a bank), works at a cash register etc. a bank cashier; a cashier in a supermarket.
ˌcash-and-ˈcarry noun
a store where goods are sold more cheaply for cash and taken away by the buyer.
ˈcash machine noun
(also ˈcash dispenser, ~cashpoint ; American ATM) a machine, usually outside a bank, from which people can get money with their credit cards or bank cards.
cash register
a machine for holding money, which records the amount put in.
cash in
to exchange for money. I've cashed in all my shares.
cash in on
to take financial or other advantage of (a situation etc). He is the sort of person who cashes in on other people's misfortunes.
References in classic literature ?
A Billiard-maker, whose skill was immense, Might perhaps have won more than his share-- But a Banker, engaged at enormous expense, Had the whole of their cash in his care.
In the ease of Turlington's house, the foreign merchants had drawn their bills on him for sums large in the aggregate, if not large in themselves; had long since turned those bills into cash in their own markets, for their own necessities; and had now left the money which their paper represented to be paid by their London correspondents as it fell due.
One of the new pieces of information that is not blacked out in the report is that in the 2013-14 fiscal year, which began on July 1, the adopted county budget would have allowed Richardson to convert to immediate pay, or cash in, 540 hours of unused paid vacation or sick leave - almost seven times what county employees are generally allowed to cash in every year.