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cash discount

n.
A reduction in the price of an item for sale allowed if payment is made within a stipulated period.

cash discount

or

cash reduction

n
(Commerce) a discount granted to a purchaser who pays before a stipulated date

cash′ dis′count


n.
discount allowed a buyer from the amount due if paid within a specified period.
[1915–20]
Translations

cash discount

nsconto contanti
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The largest cash reduction in the borough, is that one family will lose PS313.
Among the main losers will be the new Department of Agriculture and Environment which is facing a cash reduction of 5.
For example, in two decades' time the original cash reduction will be a drop in the ocean compared to the total budget.
In December, the Home Office confirmed police forces would have their funding cut by almost 5% for 2015-16 - a cash reduction of PS299m compared with 2014-15.
We are having to deal with a cash reduction of PS6.
To put their falls in value into contestcontext, the cash reduction was CDN$50 million for Nanotech, 370 million [pounds sterling] for De La Rue and 21 million [pounds sterling] for API--substantial amounts of money.
The cash reduction would not involve any cash transfer and would not change the bank's net equity, the statement said.
So for the first time since the 1930s, we think, teachers will see a reduction, a cash reduction, in their take home pay, because the contributions go up.
4% cash reduction to their general capital budget next year alone with a further 11.
Combining other initiatives such as the multi-party shareholder sustainable forest license system, which is to help reduce red tape and streamline the approval process, there is an expected cash reduction of another dollar, bringing delivery wood costs down by $5 per cubic metre.
Moffett had told clubs to accept the pay offer or face a substantial cash reduction into the game.
As a result of that change, the company recorded a one-time cash reduction in earnings of about $3.