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cashier

noun [C] uk   /kæʃˈɪər/  us   /-ˈɪr/
a person whose job is to receive and pay out money in a shop, bank, restaurant, etc.

cashier

verb [T] uk   /kæʃˈɪər/  us   /-ˈɪr/
to officially dismiss (= remove from a job) a person from a military organization, especially making them lose their honour at the same time
Translations of “cashier”
in Arabic صَرّاف…
in Korean 출납원…
in Malaysian memecat…
in French casser…
in Turkish kasiyer, veznedar…
in Italian cassiere…
in Chinese (Traditional) (商店、銀行、餐館等的)收銀員,出納員…
in Russian кассир…
in Polish kasjer/ka…
in Vietnamese cách chức…
in Spanish dar de baja, degradar…
in Portuguese caixa…
in Thai ไล่ออก…
in German aus dem Dienst entlassen (unehrenhaft)…
in Catalan caixer, -a…
in Japanese (店の)レジ係り, (銀行の)出納係り…
in Indonesian memecat…
in Chinese (Simplified) (商店、银行、餐馆等的)收银员,出纳员…
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