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cashless

adjective [usually before noun]
 
 
/ˈkæʃləs/
MONEY used to describe a system in which people pay for things by using bank cards, moving money over the internet, etc. rather than using cash in the form of coins and notes: A major benefit of the cashless system is the elimination of the work associated with counting and handling cash. The shift toward an increasingly cashless society has changed our relationship with money.
Translations of “cashless”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不用現金的, 劃(刷)卡的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不用现金的, 划卡的…
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