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cashier

noun [C]
 
 
/kæʃˈɪər/
COMMERCE, BANKING someone whose job is to take payments from customers or give out money in a store, bank, etc.: She started as a cashier making $6.50 an hour, then moved up to customer service manager, making $7.65 an hour. She was once dismissed from her job as head cashier with a supermarket chain on suspicion of embezzlement.
ACCOUNTING someone who is responsible for keeping a record of the amounts of money received and paid out by a company: Among the auditor's concerns about the company were errors by the cashier's office.
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