cash
I. noun Etymology: modification of Middle French or Old Italian; Middle French casse money box, from Old Italian cassa, from Latin capsa chest — more at case Date: 1593 1. ready money 2. money or its equivalent (as a check) paid for goods or services at the time of purchase or delivery II. adjective Date: 1622 being a method of accounting that includes as income only what has been received and as expenses only those paid — compare accrual III. transitive verb Date: 1811 1. to pay or obtain cash for <
cash a check
>
2. to lead and win a bridge trick with (a card that is the highest remaining card of its suit) • cashable adjective IV. noun (plural cash) Etymology: Portuguese caixa, from Tamil kācu, a small copper coin, from Sanskrit karṣa, a weight of gold or silver Date: 1598 1. any of various coins of small value in China and southern India; especially a Chinese coin with a square hole in the center 2. a unit of value equivalent to one cash

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