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hard cash

noun [U]
 
 
( also cold cash) MONEY
money that is available to spend immediately, especially in the form of coins and notes: According to the report, 44% of mortgage payers use savings to renovate their home and 31% pay with hard cash.
Translations of “hard cash”
in Chinese (Traditional) 現金,現鈔…
in Russian наличные деньги…
in Turkish nakit/peşin para, (argo) trink para…
in Chinese (Simplified) 现金,现钞…
in Polish gotówka…
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