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English definition of “cash book”

cash book

noun [C] ( also cashbook)
 
 
ACCOUNTING a written record of the amounts of money a company receives or spends: If you are self-employed you are advised to keep a cash book listing your income and expenses.
(Definition of cash book from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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