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Translation of "cash" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

cash

noun [U]     /kæʃ/
money in the form of notes and coins, rather than cheques or credit cards 現金;現款 Do you have any cash on you? 你身上有現金嗎? Will you pay by credit card or in cash? 你是刷信用卡還是付現金? He says he wants cash in advance before he'll do the job. 他說他要先拿到預付現金才肯工作。 informal I'm a bit short of/strapped for cash (= I do not have much money) at the moment. 眼下我手頭有點緊。 →  See also COD Forms of money and methods of payment
(Definition of cash noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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