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cash pricenoun [C]

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FINANCE, STOCK MARKET the price of a product that is being sold in a cash market: The US cash price of corn is up 44% this year.
COMMERCE the price of a product if you pay the whole amount immediately using money, rather than using credit: Prices quoted are cash prices. If you choose to pay by credit card we will make a charge of 1% on the total hire charge shown.
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