cash

cash
kæʃ 1. noun
1) (coins or paper money, not cheques, credit cards etc: Do you wish to pay cash?) kontanter
2) (payment by money or cheque as opposed to payment by account: Cash or account, madam?) kontantbetaling
3) (money in any form: He has plenty of cash.) penger
2. verb
(to turn into, or exchange for, money: You may cash a traveller's cheque here; Can you cash a cheque for me?) innløse, heve
- cash-and-carry
- cash machine
- cash register
- cash in
- cash in on
I
subst. \/kæʃ\/
kontanter, kontante penger, mynter, sedler
balance the cash gjøre opp kassabeholdningen
cash down eller for cash eller per cash mot kontant betaling, (per) kontant
cash on delivery kontant ved levering
cash in hand kontant under bordet, svart
cash purchase kontantkjøp
draw cash heve penger
hard cash eller ready cash penger, kontanter, klingende mynt
be in cash ha kontanter
on a cash basis ifølge kontantprinsippet
out of cash uten penger, blakk
pay (in) cash betale kontant
be rolling in cash vasse i penger
II
subst. (flertall: cash) \/kæʃ\/
(historisk) forklaring: mynt av lav verdi fra Kina, Sør-India eller Sørøst-Asia
III
verb \/kæʃ\/ eller encash
innløse, løse inn, heve, omsette i kontanter
cash a cheque
cash in (amer.) innkassere innløse, løse inn, heve, omsette i kontanter (overført) gi seg, dø, ta reper'n
cash in on tjene på, ha fordel av, utnytte
cash up (britisk) gjøre opp kassen (for dagen)

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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