cash

cash
cash1 [ kæʃ ] noun uncount ***
1. ) money in the form of bills and coins:
Some checkout lines at the store take cash only.
in cash: Do you want to pay in cash or by credit card?
2. ) money in any form, especially money that is available for you to use when you need it:
The Treasury has cash reserves of about $500 billion.
short of cash: Olga's short of cash so she decided to put off her trip.
cash
cash 2 [ kæʃ ] verb transitive *
to exchange a check for its value in bills and coins:
Can I cash a check at the front desk?
,cash `in phrasal verb
1. ) intransitive to use an opportunity to make a profit or gain an advantage:
The Broncos failed to cash in as the game ended with the ball on the 10-yard line.
cash in on: They accused her of trying to cash in on her daughter's fame.
2. ) transitive to exchange something such as STOCK or an INSURANCE POLICY for its value in money
,cash `out phrasal verb intransitive AMERICAN
to exchange something for money, especially at the end of a game:
Having won a thousand dollars in chips at the casino, Bob cashed out and went home.

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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