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"cash up" in British English

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cash up

phrasal verb with cash uk   us   /kæʃ/ verb [T]
to ​count all the ​money taken by a ​shop or ​business at the end of each ​day: When she had ​cashed up, she ​realized there was £100 ​missing from the till.
(Definition of cash up from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"cash up" in Business English

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cash up

(US also cash out)
phrasal verb with cash uk   us   /kæʃ/ verb, T
COMMERCE to count and ​check all the ​money that has been received by a ​business at the end of the day: It may be discovered when ​cashing up that ​foreigncurrency has inadvertently been ​accepted.
(Definition of cash up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cash up”
in Chinese (Simplified) (商店或公司一天营业结束后)清点账目…
in Chinese (Traditional) (商店或公司一天營業結束後)清點賬目…
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