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cash

Definitions by Oxford


[kaʃ], (Noun)

Definitions:
- money in coins or notes, as distinct from cheques, money orders, or credit
(e.g: the staff were paid in cash)


Phrases:
- cash down
- cash in hand
- cash in one's chips

Origin:
late 16th century (denoting a box for money): from Old French casse or Italian cassa ‘box’, from Latin capsa (see case)


[kaʃ], (Verb)

Definitions:
- give or obtain notes or coins for (a cheque or money order)
(e.g: the bank cashed her cheque)

- lead (a high card) so as to take the opportunity to win a trick
(e.g: South cashed the ace, king, and queen of clubs)


Phrases:
- cash down
- cash in hand
- cash in one's chips

Origin:


[kaʃ], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a coin of low value from China, southern India, or SE Asia.


Phrases:

Origin:
late 16th century: from Portuguese caixa, from Tamil kāsu, influenced by cash







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