Crossword clues for cash
- It may be cold or petty
- Dollar bills, e.g
- Billfold filler
- "Walk the Line" subject
- ____ register
- ___ cow
- Word with crop or cow
- What ATMs dispense
- Toll lane choice
- Tens and twenties, e.g
- Singles, say
- Redeem, as a check
- Payment for goods
- Partner of carry
- Notes & coins
- Man in black
- It's cold and hard
- He walked "The Line"
- Get money for
- Country legend Johnny
- Common game show prize
- Coins and bills
- Carry partner
- Billfold contents
- Alternative to Venmo
- "Ring of Fire" singer Johnny
- ___ and carry
- __ register (store's money holder)
- Word with crop or register
- Word with cow or crop
- What's in your wallet
- What a teller dispenses
- Wad of bills, e.g
- Unimaginative birthday gift
- Twenties, say
- Tip jar's contents
- The C of J.C. Penney
- The "Man in Black"
- Tango's partner
- Spending money
- Singles, for instance
- Singing Johnny
- Singer Johnny
- Singer Johnny, d. 2003
- Singer Johnny with the 1963 hit "Ring of Fire"
- Singer Johnny known as "The Man in Black"
- Simple form of payment
- Sign at an A.T.M
- Scalper need
- Safe stuff, maybe
- Rosanne or Johnny
- Register money
- Redeem, with "in"
- Redeem a check
- Redeem (with ''in'')
- Redeem as a check
- Preferred bribery medium
- Pin money
- Phoenix part
- Petty or hard item
- Pawnbroker's staple
- Part of COD
- Paper alternative to plastic
- Most liquid of assets
- Money in the form of notes and coins
- Money in one's wallet
- Money in one's purse
- Money belt filler
- Make liquid
- Liquid asset
- Kind of sale
- June Carter ___
- Johnny, the "Man in Black"
- Johnny, "the Man in Black"
- Johnny who sang at Folsom Prison
- Johnny who sang "I Walk the Line"
- Johnny who always wore black
- Johnny in black
- Johnny from Ark
- J.C. Penney's C
- It's tender
- It's no charge?
- It's liquid
- It's in the till
- It's "returned" in the circled letters of five answers
- It may be cold or hard
- It may be "on the barrelhead"
- He walked the line
- Hard-to-trace payment option
- Hard currency
- Hard __
- Handy money
- Green paper that you pay with [E]
- Green beans?
- Golden Globe-winning role for Phoenix
- Form of payment
- Flea market payment
- Fives and tens, say
- Fives and tens
- Federal Reserve Notes
- Farmers' market payment
- Farmers market payment
- Dollars and dimes
- Dollar or dime
- Crop or register
- Cow for the wealthy?
- Convert into currency
- Collection plate's contents
- Cold, hard substance?
- Cold hard stuff?
- Cold hard stuff
- Cold hard green stuff
- Cold dough?
- Cold cabbage?
- Coins or bills
- Change, e.g
- Change or paper
- C & W singer Johnny
- Bucks or clams
- Birthday card inclusion, sometimes
- Bills, say
- Bills that one doesn't mind piling up
- Bills and this puzzle's theme
- Barrelhead commodity
- Bar or cow preceder
- ATM fill
- ATM dispensation
- An ATM dispenses it
- Actual notes
- A Boy Named Sue singer
- "Walk the Line" singer Johnny
- "The Man in Black"
- "Man in Black" of country music
- "A Boy Named Sue" singer Johnny
- "___ or credit?"
- ____ and carry
- __ register (checkout counter machine)
- __ cow: big income producer
- Lucrative endeavour
- Source of flour used to make dough?
- Profitable farm produce
- Cask she’d toppled — price to pay here?
- Payment point
- Princesses had unusual source of funds
- Hole in the wall
- Mechanic has repaired ATM
- Machine used in shops
- Ready way around cutting grass
- Conservative with a quiet home to make money
- Profit about to go up
- 1987 Wimbledon winner
- Neither check nor charge
- Alternative to charge
- Change, e.g.
- Kind of cow?
- Bills and coins
- Make liquid, in a way
- The "C" of C.O.D.
- Plastic alternative?
- Barrelhead bills
- Carry's partner
- Money in a wallet
- Payment option
- Alternative to plastic
- Long green
- Like some transactions
- Like some payouts
- Change, perhaps
- Simple payment method
- Simplest form of payment
- Bills, e.g.
- Direct payment
- Checkout clerk's question
- Not check or charge
- Payment method
- Some bills
- It's tender, legally
- Sign at an A.T.M.
- Purse filler
- Alternative to check or charge
- Country singer Johnny
- An A.T.M. dispenses it
- Alternative to check or credit
- Word after ready or petty
- Money on hand
- Redeem, with вЂњinвЂќ
- Mattress filler during a recession, maybe
- Transaction option
- "___ or charge?"
- Choice at checkout
- Word before cow or crop
- Till fill
- Johnny with a guitar
- Credit's counterpart
- Convert, in a way
- Certain incentive
- Legal tender
- "Cold, hard" money
- ___ crop
- A.T.M. supply
- Corn or cotton
- Check alternative
- Money in the form of bills or coins
- Prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check
- "Redeem, with "
- Noted country singer
- Wimbledon winner: 1987
- Singer Johnny ____
- It's on the barrelhead
- Money or Johnny
- Aussie netman
- Ready money
- Singer in black
- J. C. Penney's middle name (honestly!)
- Lawful lucre
- Singer from Kingland, Ark.
- "As I Lay Dying" character
- Word written on a check
- "Ah, take the ___ . . . ": FitzGerald
- Fives and tens, e.g.
- The "C" in J.C. Penney
- Payment means
- One kind of register
- Arkansas-born singer
- Till contents
- Hard stuff
- Recording star Johnny
- Word with carry
- Part of C.O.D.
- Johnny or June Carter
- ___ on the line
- Item on the barrelhead
- Convert the chips
- Chinese coin with a square hole
- Dollars and cents
- Alternative to credit, debit, or check
- Moneyed country singer?
- Barrelhead fodder
- Barrelhead need
- Green stuff
- Credit-card alternative
- Cold or ready follower
- Johnny from Ark.
- Aussie tennis star
- Hard money
- Money a deaconess finally invested in church
- Maybe 14 6 starts to crow after successful hijacking
- Corps remains ready
- Conservative remains ready
- Coins or notes
- Change Roman coin in Switzerland
- Accountant's on top of hush money
- Start to chop wood for money
- Notes and coins
- No end of bother in economic collapse - what's missing in it?
- American singer's money
- Redeem, with in
- Readies cricketers as summer holiday starts
- Princesses had mysterious source of funds
- Bug going round hospital in poor quarter
- Johnny's ready?
- The ready?
- Taps outside when ready
- US singer-songwriter's notes, perhaps?
- One way to pay
- Pocket money
- Folding money
- Checkout choice
- Type of bar at show
- ATM output
- Credit alternative
- Wallet filler
- Portfolio part
- Bills, e.g
- Paper money
- The Man in Black
- Loose change
- Way to pay
- Mint output
- It may be taken into account
- "I Walk the Line" singer
- Wallet contents
- Some wealth
- Popular Christmas gift
- Part of C.O.D
- Charge alternative
- 'I Walk the Line' singer
- Tip jar contents
- Tens and twenties
- Redeem, in a way
- Popular payee
- Ones, twos and fives, e.g
- Johnny's money?
- Johnny or Rosanne
- It may be petty in the office
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cash \Cash\, n. sing. & pl. A Chinese coin.
Note: In 1913 the cash (Chinese tsien) was the only current coin made by the chinese government. It is a thin circular disk of a very base alloy of copper, with a square hole in the center. 1,000 to 1,400 cash were equivalent to a dollar.
Cash \Cash\, v. t. [See Cashier.]
To disband. [Obs.]
Cash \Cash\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Cashed; p. pr. & vb. n. Casing.] To pay, or to receive, cash for; to exchange for money; as, cash a note or an order.
Cash \Cash\ (k[a^]sh), n. [F. caisse case, box, cash box, cash. See Case a box.] A place where money is kept, or where it is deposited and paid out; a money box. [Obs.] This bank is properly a general cash, where every man lodges his money. --Sir W. Temple. [pounds]20,000 are known to be in her cash. --Sir R. Winwood. 2. (Com.)
Ready money; especially, coin or specie; but also applied to bank notes, drafts, bonds, or any paper easily convertible into money.
Immediate or prompt payment in current funds; as, to sell goods for cash; to make a reduction in price for cash.
Cash account (Bookkeeping), an account of money received, disbursed, and on hand.
Cash boy, in large retail stores, a messenger who carries the money received by the salesman from customers to a cashier, and returns the proper change. [Colloq.]
Cash credit, an account with a bank by which a person or house, having given security for repayment, draws at pleasure upon the bank to the extent of an amount agreed upon; -- called also bank credit and cash account.
Cash sales, sales made for ready, money, in distinction from those on which credit is given; stocks sold, to be delivered on the day of transaction.
Syn: Money; coin; specie; currency; capital.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1590s, "money box;" also "money in hand, coin," from Middle French caisse "money box" (16c.), from Provençal caissa or Italian cassa, from Latin capsa "box" (see case (n.2)); originally the money box, but the secondary sense of the money in it became sole meaning 18c. Cash crop is attested from 1831; cash flow from 1954; the mechanical cash register from 1878.\n
\nLike many financial terms in English (bankrupt, etc.), ultimately from Italian. Not related to (but influencing the form of) the colonial British cash "Indian monetary system, Chinese coin, etc.," which is from Tamil kasu, Sanskrit karsha, Sinhalese kasi.
"to convert to cash" (as a check, etc.), 1811, from cash (n.). Encash (1865) also was sometimes used. Related: Cashed; cashing.
Etymology 1 n. 1 money in the form of notes/bills and coins, as opposed to cheques/checks or electronic transactions. 2 (context informal English) Money. vb. 1 (context transitive English) To exchange (a check/cheque) for money in the form of notes/bills. 2 (context poker slang English) To obtain a payout from a tournament. Etymology 2
n. Any of several low-denomination coins of India or China, especially the Chinese copper coin. Etymology 3
vb. To disband.
v. exchange for cash; "I cashed the check as soon as it arrived in the mail" [syn: cash in]
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In bookkeeping and finance, cash refers to current assets comprising currency or currency equivalents that can be accessed immediately or near-immediately (as in the case of money market accounts). Cash is seen either as a reserve for payments, in case of a structural or incidental negative cash flow or as a way to avoid a downturn on financial markets.
"Cash" was the eighth episode of British sitcom The Young Ones. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Paul Jackson. It was first aired on BBC Two on 15 May 1984.
Cash is a 2007 Bollywood action thriller film directed by Anubhav Sinha. It features Ajay Devgn, Suniel Shetty, Esha Deol, Ritesh Deshmukh, Zayed Khan, Shamita Shetty and Dia Mirza in the lead roles. The film was released on 3 August 2007.
Cash or li is a traditional Chinese unit of weight.
The terms "cash" or "le" were documented to have been used by British explorers in the 1830s when trading in Qing territories of China.
Cash was a type of coin of China and East Asia from the 2nd century BC until the 20th century AD.
Cash (sometimes stylised as Ca$h) is a French crime caper film from 2008, directed by Eric Besnard and starring Jean Dujardin, Jean Reno, Valeria Golino and Ciarán Hinds.
Cash refers to money in the physical form of currency, such as banknotes and coins.
Cash may also refer to:
- Cash (Chinese coin) (方孔錢 fāng kǒng qián), a type of usually copper or brass coin with a hole in the middle used in East Asia
Cash (currency), the name of several historical currency units in Asia
- Chinese cash (currency) (文 wén), a historical Chinese currency unit
- Vietnamese cash (văn), a historical Vietnamese currency unit and a type of copper coin
- Cash (mass) (厘 lí), a traditional Chinese weight unit
- Cash's, or J.J Cash Ltd., a manufacturer of ribbons an other woven products, based in Coventry, England.
The cash is a name for several historical currencies used in Asia. It is applied to units used in China, Vietnam, and the Princely states of Madras and Travancore in British India. It is also occasionally used to refer to the Korean mun and the Japanese mon.
Skr. karsha 'a weight of silver or gold equal to of a tulā' (Williams); Singhalese kāsi coin. The early Portuguese writers represented the native word by cas, casse, caxa, the Fr. by cas, the Eng. by cass: the existing Pg. caixa and Eng. cash are due to a natural confusion with CASH n.1. From an early date the Portuguese applied caixa (probably on the same analogy) to the small money of other foreign nations, such as that of the Malay Islands, and especially the Chinese, which was also naturally made into cash in English. (Yule)" The English word " cash," meaning "tangible currency," is an older word from Middle French caisse.
Cash (stylized as Ca$h) is a 2010 American independent crime- thriller film directed by Stephen Milburn Anderson that stars Sean Bean and Chris Hemsworth.
Cash is a 1933 British comedy film directed by Zoltan Korda and starring Edmund Gwenn, Wendy Barrie and Robert Donat. It was made by Alexander Korda's London Film Productions.
Cash is an Anglo-Scottish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alan-Michael Cash (born 1987), American football player
- Andrew Cash (born 1962), Canadian singer-songwriter
- Bill Cash (born 1940), British Member of Parliament
- Chris Cash (American football) (born 1980), player for the Atlanta Falcons
- Craig Cash (born 1960), English comedy writer and performer
- Dave Cash (baseball) (born 1948), former Major League baseball player
- Dave Cash (disc jockey) (born 1942), British radio presenter
- Dave Cash (Yiddish comedian), Romanian-born, Yiddish comedian
- David Cash (born 1969), birth name of American wrestler performing as "Kid Kash"
- Doug Cash (1919–2002), Australian politician
- Dylan Cash (born 1994), American child actor
- Fred Cash (born 1940), African-American soul singer
- Gerald Cash (1917–2003), 3rd Governor-General of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas
- George Cash (born 1946), Australian politician
- James Cash, Jr. (born 1947), American businessman
- Jim Cash (1941–2000), American film writer
- John Cash, co-founder of Cash's
Johnny Cash (1932–2003), American singer-songwriter
- June Carter Cash (1929–2003), Johnny's wife
- John Carter Cash (born 1970), Johnny's son
- Rosanne Cash (born 1955), Johnny's daughter
- Tommy Cash (born 1940), Johnny's brother
- Carey Cash, Johnny's grand-nephew
- Kellye Cash, Johnny's grand-niece
- Joseph Cash, co-founder of Cash's
- Kevin Cash (born 1977), American Major League baseball catcher
- Martin Cash (1808–1877), famous escaped convict in Australia
- Michaelia Cash (born 1970), Australian politician
- Norm Cash (1934–1986), American Major League baseball player
- Pat Cash (born 1965), Australian professional tennis player
- Peter Cash, Canadian singer-songwriter
- Porkchop Cash (born 1955), stage name of American professional wrestler Bobby Cash
- Ray Cash, American rapper
- Ron Cash (1949–2009), American Major League Baseball player
- Rosalind Cash (1938–1995), American singer and actress
- Steve Cash (born 1946), American singer-songwriter
- Swin Cash (born 1979), American Woman's National Basketball Association player
- Tabatha Cash (born 1973), French pornographic actress
- W. J. Cash (1900–1941), American author and journalist
- William Cash (journalist), British journalist
- William H. H. Cash (1843-1924), American businessman and politician
Usage examples of "cash".
Martin Cash was a fellow countryman, born at Enniscorthy in County Wexford, and when he had been sent to Norfolk Island, he had talked freely of his exploits as absconder and bushranger, taking great pride in both.
In spite of all these considerations, I felt a sort of pleasure in accepting for ready cash all the counterfeit coins that she had spread out before me.
Most of them were short on cash, all of them had a reason to want Aden quiet or dead.
You could put an Adjutor into a cold sweat simply by suggesting something with cash value or money-making potential might be damaged.
Mask stole from Malvin, you may rest assured that Alker - should he be the Mask - would not dare to produce that cash.
As silent partner, Alker had supplied the required cash, only to find that he owed Malvin more than he could raise, due to trick clauses in the agreements that they signed.
A notary she trusted had estimated that the land had a market value of four to five hundred dollars an arpent and if Duddy wanted all of it and could pay the price he needed twenty thousand dollars cash.
Paying off the arsonist was not a problem - they had untraceable cash in abundance at their disposal and they had taken great care not to leave themselves open to identification by their pyrophilic agent.
Ban Sar Din, but he looked to the back of the ashram, even as he filled his other pocket with more jewels and cash.
Cash, a younger friend of George Eliot, and took tea with two most interesting, old ladies--one 82, and the other 80--who had befriended the famous authoress when she was poor and stood almost alone.
Most often, it dribbled in unpredictably in cash payments made in small bills that she counted out in front of me, making me feel guilty and avaricious for each and every dollar I was collecting.
The bundles of cash she stuffed into her purse, and the Baggie of cocaine she emptied into the toilet, which she patiently flushed three times.
I figured I had about a week and a half left of exchanging leftover baht and rupees before I completely ran out of cash, and the only way to get money from my parents was to return to the never-ending circuit of second opinions.
In my indignation I begged Rigerboos to come with me to Piccolomini, telling him that he might cash it without remark, and that otherwise he would witness what happened.
State expenses, that of those one hundred and forty millions and a great mass of private treasure besides, accumulated from various sources, a mere fifteen million remained for bequest, much of this not easily realizable in cash.