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cash in handnoun [U]

(also cash-in-hand) uk   us  
ACCOUNTING, FINANCE an amount of cash a company has available after all its costs have been paid: He intended to have a financing package in place by June and to have some cash in hand by summer. The deal leaves the company with £25m cash in hand to buy new stock.
MONEY, COMMERCE money to pay the whole cost of goods or services immediately, rather than payment by another method such as credit: For buyers who do not have cash in hand, specialist marine mortgages for boats are available.

cash in handadverb, adjective

(also cash-in-hand) uk   us  
MONEY, COMMERCE involving payment for goods or services immediately using cash, rather than by cheque, credit card, etc, especially when this is a way for the person being paid to avoid tax: He makes at least £300 a week, cash in hand. cash-in-hand jobs
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