cash

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noun
1 money in the form of coins or notes
ADJECTIVE
cold (AmE), hard, ready

The drugs are sold for hard cash.

petty

I took £10 out of petty cash.

VERB + CASH
pay, pay in

We'll have to pay cash for the tickets.

I paid the bill in cash.

hold

The bank should hold enough cash to satisfy customer demand.

withdraw
convert sth into, turn sth into
CASH + NOUN
desk (BrE), drawer (esp. AmE) (see also cash register)
dispenser (BrE), machine

He withdrew £100 from a cash machine.

balance
book
transaction
advance
PREPOSITION
in cash

The thieves stole $200 in cash.

You can pay in cash or by credit card.

PHRASES
cash in hand (BrE, informal)

He did the job for £300, cash in hand.

cash on delivery
2 money in any form
ADJECTIVE
ready, spare
quick

a chance to make some quick cash

hard-earned

I refuse to spend my hard-earned cash on presents!

campaign (AmE)
extra
VERB + CASH
generate, raise

They had a quiz to raise cash for the hospital.

be short of, be strapped for, run out of
earn
shell out, spend
save
CASH + NOUN
holdings, reserves, resources
flow

The company is having cash flow problems.

inflow, infusion, injection
outflow
deposit, payment, settlement
value
award, benefit, bonus, offer, prize
management
market
crisis
crop

farmers who grow cash crops for export

economy
cow (= a part of a business that always makes a profit)
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verb
Cash is used with these nouns as the object: ↑bond, ↑cheque

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