cashbox


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cashbox

(ˈkæʃˌbɒks)
n
(Commerce) commerce a strongbox for holding cash, esp in a business or financial institution
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cashbox - a strongbox for holding cashcashbox - a strongbox for holding cash  
cash register, register - a cashbox with an adding machine to register transactions; used in shops to add up the bill
deedbox, strongbox - a strongly made box for holding money or valuables; can be locked
References in classic literature ?
His uncle was asleep on the sofa; on a small table at the head of the sofa a lamp was burning low, and by it stood the old man's small cashbox, closed.
The safe was not opened, the cashbox was closed, and had three thousand dollars in it.
You understand, it signifies nothing to me so long as you pay for your lessons out of your own cashbox.
I left the breakfast-table, and as I ascended the stair I met him coming down with an old rusty key, which must have belonged to the attic, in one hand, and a small brass box, like a cashbox, in the other.
He will have none of your money, possibly, he will refuse it because his conscience will not allow him to accept it, but he will go murdering you by night and walking off with your cashbox, with a clear conscience
the contractor provides the following services: disposition, cash box loading, cash in and out to and from the machine, cashbox change at the machine.
AHAPLESS thief stole a shop cashbox containing PS18,000 - but was caught moments later trying to hide it in the sea.
The thieves them took the cashbox, which contained PS44,000, and fled the scene.
this for as producing we've fantastic Rod It hit number 12 in the UK and topped the US Cashbox charts, however, subsequent singles failed to make an impression and by 1968 The Zombies looked well and truly dead.
Vindicia's CashBox is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution ideal for companies wanting to develop their direct to consumer business.
The 30-year-old stole a cashbox from a G4S guard at Prescot's Cables Retail Park and ran to his Manchester Road home.
A PAIR of bungling Birmingham robbers have been jailed for 14 years after being found red-handed with a cashbox they had stolen just 30 minutes earlier.