all-cash Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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Meaning of "all-cash" - Business English Dictionary

all-cash

adjective
 
 
FINANCE used to describe a business deal in which only money is offered, not, for example, shares or a mixture of money and shares: all-cash offer/bid The board is considering an all-cash offer from one of its main rivals. All-cash home purchases obviously do not rely on the availability of mortgages.
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