cash

listen to the pronunciation of cash
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} peşin para
{i} nakit

Pek çok insan para çekmek için nakit para çekme makineleri kullanıyor. - Many people use cash machines to withdraw money.

Banka 50 dolarlık çekini nakite çevirecek. - The bank will cash your fifty dollar check.

{i} para

Tom Mary'yi yazarkasadan parasını çalarken yakaladı. - Tom caught Mary stealing his money from the cash register.

O, çok para kazanıyor. - He's raking in the cash.

{f} bozdurmak

Bir seyahat çeki bozdurmak istiyorum. - I'd like to cash a travelers' check.

Bu, seyahat çeklerini bozdurmak için doğru pencere mi? - Is this the right window for cashing travelers' checks?

{i} nakit para

Üzerimde hiç nakit para yok. - I don't have any cash on me.

Üzerinde ne kadar nakit paran var? - How much cash do you have on you?

{i} ufak madeni para (çin)
mangır
(Ticaret) nakdi

Sami'nin yedi dolar nakdi vardı. - Sami had seven dollars in cash.

paraya çevirmek
{f} paraya çevir

Bu maaş çekini bankada paraya çevir. - Cash this paycheck at the bank.

ufak madeni bir para birimi
cash carry peşin para ödeyip satın alınan
cash on delivery tesliminde ödenecek
nakit,v.paraya çevir: n.nakit para
{f} (çek) bozdurmak
ödemeli
cash crop peşin para ile satılan mahsul
{i} peşin ödeme
{f} tahsil etmek
argo ölm
{f} bozmak
(Ticaret) efektif para
(Ticaret) vezne

Bu vezneden çekini bozdurabilirsin. - You can cash your check at this window.

Bu vezneden çekinizi bozdurabilirsiniz. - You can cash your check at this window.

nakd
(Hukuk) efektif
cash down
(Ticaret) peşin para
cash flow
para akışı
cash basis
peşin para esası
cash card
(Ticaret) bankamatik kartı
cash cover
karşılık
cash cover
(Ticaret) kuvertür
cash cow
(Ticaret) sağmal inek
cash in
kazanç sağlamak
cash in
paraya çevirmek
cash in hand
(Kanun) akçe
cash in hand
(Ticaret) ankes
cash on delivery
tesliminde ödenecek
cash on delivery
ödemeli
cash order
(Ticaret) peşin para ile sipariş
cash order
(Ticaret) ibrazında poliçe
cash point
(Ticaret) bankamatik
cash point
para çekme makinası
cash up
(Dilbilim) ciro etmek
cash value
nakdi kıymet
cash a check
çek bozdurmak
cash account
kasa hesabı
cash and carry
peşin ödeyip alma
cash and carry
peşinle çalışan işyeri
cash audit
nakit kontrolü
cash audit
kasa kontrolü
cash balance
nakit bakiye
cash balance
kasa mevcudu
cash before delivery
teslimden önce ödeme
cash before shipment
yüklemeden önce ödeme
cash bonus
nakit ikramiye
cash book
cari hesap defteri
cash book
kasa defteri
cash budget
nakit bütçesi
cash cheque
çizgili olmayan çek
cash count
kasa sayımı
cash credit
para olarak verilen kredi
cash crop
peşin satılan mahsul
cash delivery
teslimat
cash delivery
tediye
cash desk
vezne
cash desk
kasa
cash discount
peşin ödeme indirimi
cash discount
peşin indirimi
cash dispenser
bankamatik
cash dividend
peşin ödenen kâr
cash flow
nakit akışı

Nakit akışı sorunumuz var. - We have a cash flow problem.

Bir nakit akışı sorunumuz var. - We've got a cash flow problem.

cash flow
nakit girişi
cash flow
nakit akımı
cash in
paraya çevir
cash in
yararlanmak
cash in advance
peşin ödeme
cash in bank
bankadaki nakit hesabı
cash in hand
eldeki nakit
cash in hand
elde bulunan para
cash in hand
kasa mevcudu
cash in on
faydalan
cash in one's chips
ecel şerbetini içmek
cash inflow
para girişi
cash letter of credit
kredi mektubu
cash loan
nakit ödünç
cash market
nakit piyasası
cash on hand
mevcut para
cash on hand
eldeki nakit
cash outflow
para çıkışı
cash payment
peşin ödeme
cash price
peşin fiyat
cash ratio
disponibilite oranı
cash receipts
tahsilat
cash receipts
kasa girişi
cash register
yazarkasa

Dan yazarkasadan para çalmaya devam etti. - Dan continued to steal money from the cash register.

Tom Mary'yi yazarkasadan parasını çalarken yakaladı. - Tom caught Mary stealing his money from the cash register.

cash register
otomatik makinalı vezne
cash register
otomatik kasa
cash requirements
nakit ihtiyacı
cash reserve
para rezervi
cash return
nakit gelir
cash sale
vadesiz satış
cash sale
peşin satış
cash shortage
nakit sıkıntısı
cash shortage
nakit darlığı
cash value
peşin ödeme değeri
cash value
nakdi değer
Cash Against Documents
Belge karşılığı ödeme, vesaik Mukabili
cash a check
paraya çevirmek
cash a check
Çek bozdurmak, çeki paraya çevirmek
cash accounting
nakit muhasebe
cash against bill of lading
konşimento karşılığı ödeme
cash against documents
Vesaik mukabili
cash against documents
Evrak karşılığı
cash and carry
1. Peşin ödeyerek hemen teslim alma2. Peşin satış mağazası
cash bar
nakit bar
cash budget
nakit bütçe
cash call
sermaye artırımı
cash collateral
(Kanun) Nakit ya da nakite bedel teminat
cash cow
(Argo) Para kaynağı
cash cow
nakit ineği
cash dispenser
Bankamatik, ATM
cash float
nakit float
cash fund
kasa fonu, nakit fon
cash gift
nakit para hediyesi
cash handler
Kasiyer

we need a cash handler in the shop.

cash handler
Veznedar
cash in hand
nakit olarak elden
cash in transit
Nakil halindeki para, taşınan para
cash on delivery
mal karşılığı ödeme
cash on delivery
tesliminde ödenecek, ödemeli; kıs. C.O.D
cash on documents
belge karşılığı peşin
cash on the barrelhead
k. dili nakit para
cash on the nail
(deyim) Peşin para
cash order
nakit siparişi
cash pooling
(Finans) Nakit biriktirme
cash rebate
(Finans) Peşin iskontosu
cash receipt journal
kasa tahsilat yevmiyesi
cash report
nakit raporu
cash reserve
nakit rezervi
cash settled
nakit para ile ödenmiş
cash terms
peşin fiyatlar
cash the check
nakit çek
cash the cheque
nakit çek
cash trading
nakit ticareti
cash with order
ödemeli sipariş
cash-flow
nakit akışı
cash-starved
Nakit sıkıntısı çeken
cash-strapped
Para sıkıntısı içinde
cash in
ölmek
cash register
yazar kasa

Tom Mary'yi yazar kasadan para çalarken yakaladı. - Tom caught Mary stealing money from the cash register.

Her yazar kasada uzun bir sıra vardır. - There's a long line at every cash register.

cash crop
(Ticaret) ihracat için üretilen mahsul
cash flow
nakit hareketi
cash in
faydalanmak
cashless
parasız
cash against goods
(Ticaret) mal mukabili
cashed
paraya çevir(mek)
cash crop
ihracata yönelik ürün
cash flow
(isim)kit akımı, nakit girişi
cash in
fişlerini paraya çevirtmek
cash in
(deyim) cash in (on sth.) [kd] kazanc saglamak,yararlanmak
cash in
gebermek
cash in
nalları dikmek
cash in
fayda sağlamak
cash machine
bankamatik

Bankamatikten biraz para aldım. - I got some money from a cash machine.

Yakınlarda bir bankamatik var mı? - Is there a cash machine near here?

cash out
fişleri paraya çevirmek
cash out
para karşılığını ödemek
cash register
kasa

Tom Mary'yi yazar kasadan para çalarken yakaladı. - Tom caught Mary stealing money from the cash register.

Tom yazar kasadan para çalarken yakalandı. - Tom was caught stealing money from the cash register.

cashable
paraya çevrilebilir
cashable
(sıfat) paraya çevrilebilir
cashed
paraya çevir
cashless
parasız yapılan
Englisch - Englisch
Money in the form of notes/bills and coins, as opposed to cheques/checks or electronic transactions
Any of several low-denomination coins of India or China, especially the Chinese copper coin
To exchange (a check/cheque) for money in the form of notes/bills
Cash register
Money
{n} any money, but propery ready money
Currency and checks on hand and deposits in banks Listed in the current assets section on the statement of financial position See also cash equivalents
Cash is calculated as the previous fiscal year's Cash carryover (the Fund Balance) plus deposits minus expenditures It is possible to have a positive Available Balance in the Budget, but have Cash in a deficit position, if the anticipated income from various sources has not been received and deposited A Cash report is always based on accounts (Poolee) with activity in them
prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check
{f} redeem; exchange for coins and bank notes
The TaraFolioâ„¢ definition of "cash" is an asset which is highly liquid (i e easily bought or sold and converted into cash) and virtually risk-free Money market funds are considered "cash" because investors can easily buy or sell shares of money market funds and because the return is almost guaranteed
To exchange a check for money in the form of notes/bills
An asset account reflecting currency, checks, money orders, bank deposits, and banker's drafts either on hand or on deposit with an official or agent designated as custodian of cash   Any restrictions or limitations as to the use of cash must be indicated
A Chinese coin
one of the asset classes Coin and note currency in circulation and in deposit accounts and money market securities
1 Currency and coins 2 The currency, coins, bank balances , and ( negotiable) money orders and checks that a business owns
Currency (paper bills and coins) on hand, bank balances and negotiable money orders and checks Listed on the consolidated balance sheets See also cash equivalents
1 Currency and coins 2 The currency, coins, bank balances, and ( negotiable) money orders nd checks hat a business owns
Coins, currency, money orders, checks, and funds on deposit with financial institutions; the most liquid of assets
prompt payment for goods or services in currency or by check money in the form of bills or coins exchange for cash; "I cashed the check as soon as it arrived in the mail
{i} money in the form of coins and bank notes
Currency, checks, postal and express money orders, and bankers' drafts on hand or on deposit with an official or agent designated as custodian of cash, and bank deposits Any restriction or limitations as to its availability should be indicated
Cash gifts are outright gifts of checks, drafts, and money orders If mailed before the end of the year, will enable those who itemize to take an income tax deduction for that year Gift of cash are deductible for up to 50% of the donor's adjusted gross income Cash contributions in excess of the deduction limitations may be carried over and deducted in the five tax years following the gift
As reported on the company’s balance sheet The data will be quarterly or, if not available, the latest fiscal year data will be displayed Comprised of cash and term deposits and, if reported by the company as such, short term investments
money in the form of bills or coins
Cash is money in the form of notes and coins rather than cheques. two thousand pounds in cash. see also hard cash, petty cash
To disband
Currency and coins on hand, bank balances, and negotiable money orders and checks
In its most basic meaning, cash is currency (paper money) and coin The definition in a business context also includes checks, money orders, traveler's checks, cashier's checks, bank drafts, and receipts from credit card sales
While "cash" can be the money we hold in our pocket or checking account, we also say "cash" when referring to an asset which is highly liquid (i e easily bought or sold) and has virtually no risk (i e you can be sure you will get a certain return) Money market funds are considered "cash" because you can easily buy or sell shares of money market funds and because the return is as good as guaranteed
exchange for cash; "I cashed the check as soon as it arrived in the mail"
To pay, or to receive, cash for; to exchange for money; as, cash a note or an order
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
Currency, coin, checks, money orders, and bankers' drafts on hand or on deposit with an official or agent designated as custodian of cash and bank deposits
Cash means the same as money, especially money which is immediately available. a state-owned financial-services group with plenty of cash. = money
money, negotiable checks, certificates of deposit, and balances in savings and checking accounts
A place where money is kept, or where it is deposited and paid out; a money box
Paper currency and coins, negotiable money orders and checks, and bank balances
normally refers to an exchange transaction contracted for settlement on the day the deal is struck This term is mainly used in the North American markets and those countries which rely for foreign exchange services on these markets because of time zone preference i e Latin America In Europe and Asia, cash transactions are often referred to as value same day deals
coins or paper money on hand or easily available (credit cards are also viewed as cash)
The value of assets that can be converted into cash immediately, as reported by a company Usually includes bank accounts and marketable securities, such as government bonds and banker's acceptances Cash equivalents on balance sheets include securities that mature within 90 days (e g , notes)
If you cash a cheque, you exchange it at a bank for the amount of money that it is worth. There are similar charges if you want to cash a cheque at a branch other than your own. American country and western singer and songwriter best known for his songs about poverty and the downtrodden, including "Folsom Prison Blues" (1969). Any of various Asian coins of small denomination, especially a copper and lead coin with a square hole in its center. S3 cash a cheque/postal order/draft etc to exchange a cheque etc for the amount of money it is worth. cash flow Cash Johnny Penney James Cash
In personal finances, "cash" means currency and coins In investment terms, it means any security with a maturity of one year or less Cash equivalents, like money market instruments, are investments which are highly liquid, that is, easily converted into cash
Coins, currency, money orders, checks and funds on deposit with financial institutions; the most liquid of assets
cash bar
A bar at a social event for which guests are required to pay for the drinks themselves. It is opposed to an open bar, where drinks are paid for by the host

The party included a reception, a dance, and a cash bar.

cash boxes
plural form of cash box
cash cow
A product, service, or enterprise that generates ongoing, high net free cash flows

The managers of a cash cow are primarily responsible for the generation of cash, and they should in principle be willing to give cash away to those other businesses in the portfolio which need it most.

cash cow
Someone or something which is a dependable source of appreciable amounts of money; a moneymaker

Meanwhile, Mr Spears is keen on protecting his cash cow, um, wife. Brit's bodyguards have been teaching Kev how to shoot a handgun, the New York Post says.

cash cows
plural form of cash cow
cash crop
Any crop that is grown for sale rather than for personal food or for feeding to livestock
cash crops
plural form of cash crop
cash desk
a place in a restaurant, bar, or shop etc, typically containing a cash register, where a customer can pay the bill
cash dispenser
Automated teller machine
cash dispensers
plural form of cash dispenser
cash flow
A statement of such transactions
cash flow
The sum of cash revenues and expenditures over a period of time
cash game
A game where the chips directly represent money and players are free to leave at any time, in contrast to a poker tournament
cash games
plural form of cash game
cash in
To profit from; to use an opportunity to maximum advantage, especially financially

Lots of people tried to cash in on that market, but few succeeded.

cash in
To die
cash in hand
Receiving wages or salary directly in the form of cash, often without deducting tax

Many high school students get cash in hand jobs for extra pocket money.

cash in hand
Direct payment by cash, as opposed to through a bank

This cash in hand will come in handy as spending money on my trip to Asia.

cash in hand
In a manner receiving direct payment by cash, often without paying tax

I heard he's working at that restaurant cash in hand to pay the bills.

cash instrument
Any financial instrument whose value is determined directly by the market
cash instruments
plural form of cash instrument
cash leakage
Money flowing out of the banking system to be held as currency rather than being deposited into some form of financial institution
cash machine
An automated teller machine
cash machines
plural form of cash machine
cash money
Cash, or a thing easily converted to cash, as opposed to credit

So don't think for a moment that your old but tired vehicle matters only to you. Your clunker is cash money to professional thieves.

cash on delivery
A transaction in which goods are paid for in full in cash or by certified check immediately when they are received by the buyer
cash out
To reconcile at the end of a shift; to compare receipts of items sold to records of credit card, check and cash placed into the drawer, verifying that correct change was given out by the clerk
cash out
To explain what is entailed by an idea or proposition
cash out
To retire; to exchange gambling chips for money when finished gambling
cash out
To exchange possession of any commodity or idea for cash
cash position
The amount of cash available to a company at a given point in time
cash register
A machine that tabulates the amount of sales transactions, makes a permanent and cumulative record of them, and has a drawer in which cash can be kept
cash registers
plural form of cash register
cash solvent
Having the ability to maintain adequate cash on hand to cover incurred expenses
cash-back
the retail facility whereby a customer may withdraw an amount of cash when making a purchase with a credit card or debit card, the amount being added to the bill
cash-flow
Alternative spelling of cash flow
cash-flow
Alternative spelling of cashflow
cash-strapped
Without funds; low on or out of money
cash collateral
(Kanun) Cash or cash equivalents (as negotiable instruments, securities, and documents of title) as specified in section 363 of chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in which both the estate and another entity have an interest
cash cow
A steady dependable source of funds or income: “a collapse of its profitable cash cow, the clusters of word-processing machines” (Christian Science Monitor)
cash float
Cash float is the time between when you authorize a bank to disperse funds from your bank account and when it actually leaves your account
cash rebate
Partial refund for a purchase that is paid in actual currency
cash up
(British) Count and check takings at the end of a day's trading
cash-to-cash cycle
(Ticaret) The average elapsed time between payment to a vendor for materials or services and the receipt of payment from a customer for shipments
cashed
Simple past tense and past participle of cash
cashless
Having no money
cash cow
profitable enterprise, business that earns a lot of money
cash cow
In business, a cash cow is a product or investment that steadily continues to be profitable. A steady dependable source of funds or income: "a collapse of its profitable cash cow, the clusters of word-processing machines" (Christian Science Monitor). something that a company sells very successfully and that brings in a lot of money
cash crop
a readily salable crop that is grown and gathered for the market (as vegetables or cotton or tobacco)
cash crop
A cash crop is a crop that is grown in order to be sold. Cranberries have become a major cash crop. A crop, such as tobacco, grown for direct sale rather than for livestock feed. a crop grown in order to be sold rather than to be used by the people growing it subsistence crop subsistence
cash flow
Describes the amount of dollars in and out of a business or project during a stated period of time From a credit perspective, cash flow is a critical indicator how well a company can meet its immediate payment obligations Cash flow can be negative or positive
cash flow
This term gets used rather vaguely Operating cash flow is the cash generated by the business after changes in working capital Free cash flow is this figure less what you have to pay the taxman and the bank for the money you borrowed Net cash flow is how much the piggy bank has changed at the end of the year
cash flow
Reported net income of a corporation plus amounts charged off for depreciation, depletion, amortization, and extraordinary charges to reserves, which are bookkeeping deductions and not paid out in actual dollars and cents
cash flow
cash that is generated over a period of time by an asset, group of assets, or business enterprise It may be used in a general sense to encompass various levels of specifically defined cash flows When the term is used, it should be supplemented by a qualifier (for example, "discretionary" or "operating") and a definition of exactly what it means in the given valuation context
cash flow
The flow of cash through a business or household In business terms, cash flow involves the flow of cash into a company in the form of revenues, and out of the company in the form of expenses
cash flow
The flow of liquid assets in and out of an organization over a period of time, where inflow is normally composed of cash sales receipts and outflow is composed of payments and cash expenditures Net cash flow is the difference when subtracting cash outflow from cash inflow
cash flow
Top of page The amount of cash derived over a certain period of time from an income-producing property The cash flow should be large enough to pay the expenses of the income producing property (mortgage payment, maintenance, utilities, etc )
cash flow
Income generated by a property which is determined by subtracting vacancy allowances and collection costs, operating expenses and debt-servicing costs from the property's scheduled gross income
cash flow
>> The amount of cash generated from income-producing property or investments after all operating expenses and loan payments have been made
cash flow
The cash flow of a firm or business is the movement of money into and out of it. A French-based pharmaceuticals company ran into cash-flow problems and faced liquidation. the movement of money coming into a business as income and going out as wages, materials etc. Financial and accounting concept. Cash flow results from three major groups of activities: operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities. A cash-flow statement differs from an income statement in reflecting actual cash on hand rather than money owed (accounts receivable). Its purpose is to throw light on management's use of its available financial resources and to help in evaluating a company's liquidity
cash flow
The actual cash you receive after paying expenses on your rental property Depreciation write-offs are an expense for tax purposes that do not require you to pay cash When calculating the cash flow from a property, you must add back depreciation write-offs to the income (or loss) you report for tax purposes on the property
cash flow
An accounting presentation showing how much of the cash generated by the business remains after both expenses (including interest) and principal repayment on financing are paid A projected cash flow statement indicates whether the business will have cash
cash flow
The amount of cash derived over a certain period of time from an income-producing property A positive cash flow is large enough to pay the expenses of the income producing property (mortgage payment, maintenance, utilities, etc ), whereas a negative cash flow does not cover all operating costs, requiring the input of extra money from the owner
cash flow
Net earnings before depreciation, amortization and noncash charges Sometimes called cash earnings, cash flow is calculated by adding depreciation to net earnings and subtracting preferred dividends Many stock analysts think cash flow paints a better picture of a company's true growth potential than net earnings do because company accountants can use crafty write-offs to alter earnings numbers See "Price/Cash Flow " BACK TO TOP
cash flow
Projections based on analysis of past operating experience, payment of obligations, and collection of receivables This experience is applied to budgeted sales and costs for a future periodi in order to allow for repayment of loan obligations and to assure adequate working capital from earned income Cash flow forecasts provide a fundamental financial-management tool for planning cash needs and ensuring adquate liquidity
cash flow
Measurement of cash a company gained or lost during an accounting period and adjusted for any previous accounting for accruals and other non-cash transactions Calculated as follows: earnings after interest and taxes, less preferred dividend if applicable, with depreciation added back It is possible for a company to report an operating profit while incurring a loss of cash for the same period as well as reporting an operating loss while incurring an increase in cash flow
cash flow
The cash generated by a business which is available to a new owner to pay owners salary, retire debt incurred by the purchase of the business and give a reasonable return on the down payment Components of cash flow are often the current owners' salary, pretax profit, interest which will not paid by a new owner, all or part of depreciation and expenses a new owner may elect to forgo (contributions, dues and subscriptions)
cash flow
the excess of cash revenues over cash outlays in a give period of time (not including non-cash expenses)
cash flow
The owner's "spendable" income after operating expenses and debt service is deducted
cash flow
The amount of money remaining from an investment property when all operating costs and loan costs are subtracted from the gross income
cash flow
income and spending of cash money
cash flow
The amount of cash derived over a certain period of time from an income-producing property The cash flow should be large enough to pay the expenses of the income producing property (mortgage payment, maintenance, utilities, etc )
cash flow
A measure of a company's financial health Equals cash receipts minus cash payments over a given period of time; or equivalently, net profit plus amounts charged off for depreciation, depletion, and amortization
cash in
disapproval If you say that someone cashes in on a situation, you are criticizing them for using it to gain an advantage, often in an unfair or dishonest way. Residents said local gang leaders had cashed in on the violence to seize valuable land
cash in
exchange for cash; "I cashed the check as soon as it arrived in the mail"
cash in
die
cash in
If you cash in something such as an insurance policy, you exchange it for money. Avoid cashing in a policy early as you could lose out heavily He did not cash in his shares
cash machine
an unattended machine (outside some banks) that dispenses money when a personal coded card is used
cash machine
a machine in or outside a bank, supermarket, or other public building, from which you can obtain money with a special plastic card
cash out
To leave a game and convert your chips to cash
cash out
A refinance for more than the balance of the original mortgage so that the excess money taken out reduces the borrower's equity built up in the house property
cash out
Money paid out when a loan is closed Any money totaling more than 1% of the loan amount
cash out
A refinance in which the borrower receives cash in excess of the funds required to pay-off existing mortgage(s) and debts The excess money is taken out and reduces the borrower's equity in the property
cash out
A refinance for more than the balance of the current mortgage The excess money taken out reduces the borrower’s equity [top] Cashier’s Check (or Bank Check) - A check whose payment is guaranteed because it was paid for in advance and is drawn on the bank’s account instead of the customer’s [top] CC&Rs - See Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions [top] Ceiling - The maximum allowable interest rate of an adjustable rate mortgage [top]
cash out
(B) cash all available immediate winners
cash out
a first mortgage refinance transaction in which the amount of money received from the new loan, exceeds the total of the money needed to repay the existing mortgage(s) plus the closing costs of the new loan In other words, a refinance transaction in which the borrowers receive additional cash, which is used for any lawful purpose
cash out
A loan transaction in which the borrower receives funds as the time of closing
cash out
to turn some of your house equity into cash through a house equity loan; this is to use the financial power in your house as an investment vehicle in addition to a "home" for you and your family
cash out
choose a simpler life style after questioning personal and career satisfaction goals; "After 3 decades in politics, she cashed out and moved to Polynesia
cash out
Receiving money back when refinancing your present mortgage Not available on homestead property in Texas (See homestead)
cash out
Receiving money back when refinancing your present mortgage
cash out
Any funds disbursed directly to the borrower
cash out
Any cash received when you get a new loan that is larger than the remaining balance of your current mortgage, based upon the equity you have already built up in the house The cash out amount is calculated by subtracting the sum of the old loan and fees from the new mortgage loan For example, if your existing loan is $100,000, you might refinance it with a loan of $120,000 After you pay off your current loan ($100,000) and any loan-origination costs for the new loan (for example $2,000 in points), you would be left with $18,000 cash out Cash-out loans may not be available for all types of property
cash register
machine at a store where cash is stored and sales transactions are made
cash register
A cash register is a machine in a shop, pub, or restaurant that is used to add up and record how much money people pay, and in which the money is kept. = till. A machine that tabulates the amount of sales transactions, makes a permanent and cumulative record of them, and has a drawer in which cash can be kept. a machine used in shops to keep the money in and record the amount of money received from each sale British Equivalent: till
cash register
a cashbox with an adding machine to register transactions; used in shops to add up the bill
cash register
A device for recording the amount of cash received, usually having an automatic adding machine and a money drawer and exhibiting the amount of the sale
cashable
{s} can be converted into cash, can be redeemed for its cash value
cashable
able to be converted into ready money; "a cashable check"; "cashable gambling chips"; "redeemable stocks and bonds
cashed
for which money has been paid; "a cashed check
cashed
Exhausted or used up; finished, empty
cashed
{s} redeemed, exchanged for coins and bank notes (as of a check)
cashed
past of cash
cashed
for which money has been paid; "a cashed check"
cashes
third person singular of cash
cashing
present participle of cash
cashless
{s} not using cash, having no cash
cashless
Operating without the need for cash
cashless
done or working without using money in the form of coins and notes
cash
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