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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

(kæʃ)
n
1. (Banking & Finance) banknotes and coins, esp in hand or readily available; money or ready money
2. (Commerce) immediate payment, in full or part, for goods or services (esp in the phrase cash down)
3. (Commerce) (modifier) of, for, or paid by cash: a cash transaction.
4. (Commerce) the cash Canadian a checkout counter
vb
(Banking & Finance) (tr) to obtain or pay ready money for: to cash a cheque.
[C16: from Old Italian cassa money box, from Latin capsa case2]
ˈcashable adj

cash

(kæʃ)
n, pl cash
any of various Chinese, Indonesian, or Indian coins of low value
[C16: from Portuguese caixa, from Tamil kāsu, from Sanskrit karsa weight of gold or silver]

Cash

(kæʃ)
n
(Biography) Johnny. 1932–2003, US country-and-western singer, guitarist, and songwriter. His recordings include the hits "I Walk the Line" (1956), "Ring of Fire" (1963), "A Boy named Sue" (1969), and the American Recordings series of albums (1994–2003)

cash1

(kæʃ)

n.
1. money in the form of coins or banknotes, esp. that issued by a government.
2. money or an equivalent, as a check, paid at the time of making a purchase.
v.t.
3. to give or obtain cash for (a check, money order, etc.).
4.
a. to win (a card trick) by leading an assured winner.
b. to lead (an assured winner) in order to win a trick.
5. cash in,
a. to turn in and get cash for (one's chips), as in a gambling casino.
b. to convert one's assets into cash.
c. Slang. to die.
6. cash in on, to profit from; use to one's advantage.
[1590–1600; appar. back formation from cashier1]
cash′less, adj.

cash2

(kæʃ)

n., pl. cash.
any of several low-denomination coins of China, India, and the East Indies, esp. a Chinese copper coin.
[1590–1600; < Portuguese caixa < Tamil kācu copper coin < Skt]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cash - money in the form of bills or coinscash - money in the form of bills or coins; "there is a desperate shortage of hard cash"
currency - the metal or paper medium of exchange that is presently used
change - money received in return for its equivalent in a larger denomination or a different currency; "he got change for a twenty and used it to pay the taxi driver"
change - the balance of money received when the amount you tender is greater than the amount due; "I paid with a twenty and pocketed the change"
chickenfeed, chump change, small change - a trifling sum of money
pin money, pocket money, spending money - cash for day-to-day spending on incidental expenses
cold cash, ready cash, ready money - money in the form of cash that is readily available; "his wife was always a good source of ready cash"; "he paid cold cash for the TV set"
2.cash - prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by checkcash - prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check
payment - a sum of money paid or a claim discharged
deferred payment, credit - arrangement for deferred payment for goods and services
3.Cash - United States country music singer and songwriter (1932-2003)
Verb1.cash - 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"
cash in on - take advantage of or capitalize on

cash

noun money, change, funds, notes, ready (informal), the necessary (informal), resources, currency, silver, bread (slang), coin, tin (slang), brass (Northern English dialect), dough (slang), rhino (Brit. slang), banknotes, bullion, dosh (Brit. & Austral. slang), wherewithal, coinage, needful (informal), specie, shekels (informal), wonga (slang), dibs (slang), ready money, ackers (slang), spondulicks (slang) He stole to get cash for his drug habit.
cash in on something exploit, use, take advantage of, capitalize on, put to use, make capital out of, use to advantage, turn to account The record company is simply cashing in on the loyalty of the band's fans.

cash

noun
Something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange:
Informal: wampum.
Chiefly British: brass.
Translations
مالنَقْد، نُقودنَقْدانُقُوديَصْرِفُ شيكا، يَسْحَبُ قيمة شيك
hotovostinkasovatpenízeproplatithotové peníze
kontanterpengehæveindløsekontant
sularaha
käteinenkäteinen rahalunastaa
gotovina
beváltkészpénzfizetés
fé, peningargreiîa út í höndreiîuféskipta
現金
현금
gryniejiiškeistikasininkaskasos aparatasmokėjimas grynaisiais
naudasaņemt naudu pret čekuskaidra nauda
bani gheaţăbani lichizinumerar
zameniťzaplatiť v hotovosti
gotovinavnovčiti
gotovina
kontanter
เงินสด
boz maknakitnakit paraparaparaya çevirmek
tiền mặt

cash

[kæʃ]
A. N
1. (= coins, notes) → (dinero m en) efectivo m, metálico m
to pay (in) cashpagar al contado or en efectivo
cash on deliveryenvío m or entrega f contra reembolso
cash downal contado
to pay cash (down) for sthpagar algo al contado
cash in handefectivo en caja
see also hard C
2. (= money) → dinero m, pasta f (Sp) , plata f (LAm)
to be short of cashandar mal de dinero
I haven't any cash on meno llevo dinero encima
B. VT [+ cheque] → cobrar, hacer efectivo
to cash sb a chequecambiarle a algn un cheque
C. CPD cash account Ncuenta f de caja
cash advance Nadelanto m
cash bar Nbar m privado (sin barra libre)
cash box Ncaja f para el dinero, alcancía f
cash card Ntarjeta f de cajero automático
cash cow Nproducto m muy rentable
cash crop Ncultivo m comercial
cash deficit Ndéficit m de caja
cash desk Ncaja f
cash discount Ndescuento m por pago al contado
cash dispenser N (Brit) → cajero m automático
cash flow Nflujo m de caja, movimiento m de efectivo
cash-flow problemsproblemas mpl de cash-flow
cash income Ningresos mpl al contado
cash offer Noferta f de pago al contado
cash order Norden f de pago al contado
cash payment Npago m al contado
cash price Nprecio m al contado
cash prize Npremio m en metálico
cash ratio Ncoeficiente m de caja
cash receipts NPLtotal m cobrado
cash reduction N = cash discount cash register Ncaja f registradora
cash reserves NPLreserva fsing en efectivo
cash sale Nventa f al contado
cash squeeze Nrestricciones fpl económicas
cash terms NPL = cash payment cash value Nvalor m en dinero
cash in VT + ADV [+ investment, insurance policy] → cobrar
cash in on VI + PREP to cash in on sthsacar partido or provecho de algo
cash up VI + ADV (Brit) → contar el dinero recaudado

cash

[ˈkæʃ]
n
(= money) → argent m
to be short of cash → être à court d'argent
I'm a bit short of cash → Je suis un peu à court d'argent.
cash with order → payable à la commande, paiement à la commande
cash on delivery → payable à la livraison, paiement à la livraison
(as opposed to cheques, bonds, shares)espèces fpl
in cash → en liquide
£2000 in cash → deux mille livres en liquide
(= form of payment) → argent m comptant, espèces fpl
to pay cash → payer comptant
vt [+ cheque] → encaisser
cash in
vt [+ insurance policy] → toucher
cash in on
vt fusprofiter decash account ncompte m caissecash-and-carry [ˌkæəndˈkæri] nlibre-service m de gros, cash and carry m inv

cash

n
Bargeld nt; (= change also)Kleingeld nt; cash in handBarbestand m, → Kassenbestand m; to pay (in) cashbar bezahlen; ready cashverfügbares Geld; how much do you have in ready cash?wie viel Geld haben Sie verfügbar?
(= immediate payment)Barzahlung f; (= not credit)Sofortzahlung f; cash downBarzahlung f; → Sofortzahlung f; £250 cash down and the rest over …£ 250 sofort (zu bezahlen), und der Rest über …; to pay cash(in) bar/sofort bezahlen; cash or charge?zahlen Sie bar oder mit Karte?; cash with orderzahlbar bei Bestellung; cash on deliveryper Nachnahme
(= money)Geld nt; to be short of cashknapp bei Kasse sein (inf); I’m out of cashich bin blank (inf), → ich habe kein Geld
vt chequeeinlösen

cash

:
cash advance
nVorschuss m
cash-and-carry
adjCash-and-carry-; cash priceMitnahmepreis m
n (for retailers) → Cash and Carry m, → Abholmarkt m; (for public) → Verbrauchermarkt m
cashback
n
(with purchases) → Rückerstattung f; (with mortgage) → Barerstattung f (bei Abschluss bestimmter Hypotheken); “get £5 cash!”„Sie bekommen £ 5 zurück!“
(at supermarket) → Barauszahlung f (zusätzlich zu dem Preis der gekauften Ware, wenn man mit Kundenkarte bezahlt); I’d like £10 cash, pleaseund ich hätte gern zusätzlich £ 10 in bar
cash balance
nKassenbestand m, → Kassensaldo nt, → Barguthaben nt
cash-book
nKassenbuch nt
cash box
n(Geld)kassette f
cash business
nBar(zahlungs)geschäft nt, → Kassageschäft nt
cash card
n(Geld)automatenkarte f
cash cow
n (fig inf)Milchkuh f (fig), → Cashcow f
cash crop
cash desk
n (Brit) → Kasse f
cash discount
nSkonto m or nt, → Rabatt mbei Barzahlung
cash dispenser
n (Brit) → Geldautomat m

cash

:
cash expenditure
nBarausgaben pl, → Barauslagen pl
cash flow
nCashflow m
attr cash-flow analysisCashflowanalyse f; cash-flow forecastCashflowprognose f; cash-flow positionBruttoertragslage f; cash-flow problemsLiquiditätsprobleme pl; I’ve got cash-flow problems (personal) → ich bin in Geldschwierigkeiten

cash

:
cash offer
nBar(zahlungs)angebot nt
cash office
nKasse f, → Kassenbüro nt
cash payment
nBarzahlung f
cash point
n (Brit: = ATM) → Geldautomat m
cash price
nBar(zahlungs)preis m
cash purchase
nBarkauf m
cash receipts
pl (in shop) → Bareinnahmen pl
cash reduction
cash register
cash reserves
plBargeldreserven pl
cash sale
nBarverkauf m
cash settlement
nBarausgleich f, → Barabgeltung f
cash transaction
nBargeldtransfer m

cash

[kæʃ]
1. n
a. (coins, notes) → soldi mpl, denaro
to pay (in) cash → pagare in contanti
ready cash (fam) → (denaro) contante m
cash in hand → fondo di cassa
b. (immediate payment) to pay cash downpagare in contanti
cash with order/on delivery (Comm) → pagamento all'ordinazione/alla consegna
c. (fam) (money) → quattrini mpl
he's got plenty of cash → ha un sacco di quattrini
to be short of cash → essere a corto di soldi
2. vt (cheque) → riscuotere, incassare
cash in vt + adv (insurance policy) → riscuotere, riconvertire
cash in on vi + adv + prepsfruttare

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.

cash

نُقُود hotovost kontanter Bargeld μετρητά dinero en efectivo käteinen raha liquide gotovina contanti 現金 현금 contant geld kontanter gotówka dinheiro em espécie деньги kontanter เงินสด nakit tiền mặt 现金

cash

n. dinero al contado;
___ payment___, pago al contado;
v.
to pay ___pagar al contado.