| English - Vietnamese Dictionary
cash /kæʃ/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ (không có số nhiều)
- tiền, tiền mặt
- I have no cash with me: tôi không có tiền mặt
- cash on delivery
- ((viết tắt) C.O.D) trả tiền lúc nhận hàng
- ngoại động từ
- trả tiền mặt, lĩnh tiền mặt
+money in the form of bills or coins
+prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check
+United States country music singer and songwriter (1932-2003)
+exchange for cash
Advanced English Dictionary
1 money, currency, bills, notes, banknotes, change, hard cash or money, specie, coin of the realm, legal tender, Slang moolah, dough, bread, loot, spondulicks or spondulix, Brit lolly, ready, readies, US scratch, gelt, mazuma:
The shop accepts only cash, no charge cards.
2 Also, cash in. change, sell, liquidate, exchange; realize:
She cashed some bonds to pay off the overdraft.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
+ noun [U]
1 money in the form of coins or notes/bills: How much cash do you have on you? + Payments can be made by cheque or in cash. + Customers are offered a 10% discount if they pay cash. + The thieves stole £400 in cash.
See also - HARD CASH, PETTY CASH
2 (informal) money in any form: The museum needs to find ways of raising cash. + I'm short of cash right now. + I'm constantly strapped for cash (= without enough money). + Local schools have been starved of cash for a number of years.
Idioms: cash down (BrE) (also cash up front AmE, BrE) with immediate payment of cash: to pay for sth cash down
cash in hand (BrE, informal) if you pay for goods and services cash in hand, you pay in cash, especially so that the person being paid can avoid paying tax on the amount: a cash-in-hand payment of £20
cash on delivery (abbreviation COD) a system of paying for goods when they are delivered
+ verb [VN] ~ a cheque / check to exchange a cheque/check for the amount of money that it is worth: Traveller's cheques can be cashed at most hotels.
Phrasal Verbs: cash in (on sth) (disapproving) to gain an advantage for yourself from a situation, especially in a way that other people think is wrong or immoral: The film studio is being accused of cashing in on the singer's death.
cash sth<->in to exchange sth, such as an insurance policy, for money before the date on which it would normally end
cash up (BrE) (AmE cash out) to add up the amount of money that has been received in a shop/store, club, etc., especially at the end of the day: The men broke into the office while staff were cashing up.
1 money in the form of coins or notes
The drugs are sold for hard cash.
VERB + CASH
We'll have to pay cash for the tickets.
The bank should hold enough cash to satisfy customer demand.
| convert/turn sth into
CASH + NOUN
desk, register | dispenser, machine | balance | book
The thieves stole £200 in cash. You can pay by cheque or in cash.
cash in hand
(= if you pay for goods and services
cash in hand
, you pay in cash, especially so that the person being paid can avoid paying tax on the amount),
cash on delivery
(= a system of paying for goods when they are delivered)
2 money in any form
ready, spare | hard-earned
Imagine having to pay some of my hard-earned cash on a parking fine!
VERB + CASH
They had a football match to raise cash for the hospital.
| be short of, be strapped for, run out of
CASH + NOUN
holdings, reserves, resources | flow
The company is having cash flow problems.
| inflow, injection | outflow | deposit, payment, settlement | benefits, offer, prize | management | limit | market | crisis | crop
farmers who grow cash crops for export
| economy | cow
(= the part of a business that always makes a profit) > Special page at BUSINESS
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