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Meaning of “cash” - Learner’s Dictionary

cash

noun [U]     /kæʃ/
COINS
A2 money in the form of coins or notes (= paper money): I'm taking 100 euros in cash. Are you paying by cheque or cash?Forms of money and methods of payment
MONEY informal
B1 money in any form: She's short of cash at the moment. a cash prize →  See also e-cash , hard cash Forms of money and methods of payment
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