cash out
verb Date: 1971 transitive verb to convert (noncash assets) to cash <
cash out stocks
>
intransitive verb to convert noncash assets to cash • cash-out noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • cash out — vt 1: to prematurely redeem the securities of (a holder) often as part of a merger the merging company will cash out the minority shareholders 2 a: to accept payment for (a security) in full often unwillingly the shareholders were required to… …   Law dictionary

  • cash out — (something) to sell something you bought as an investment. Most of the early investors cashed out as the business became increasingly complicated. You should avoid cashing out your retirement plan …   New idioms dictionary

  • cash out — verb choose a simpler life style after questioning personal and career satisfaction goals After 3 decades in politics, she cashed out and moved to Polynesia • Hypernyms: ↑live • Verb Frames: Somebody s * * * transitive verb ( s) …   Useful english dictionary

  • cash out — UK US cash out Phrasal Verb with cash({{}}/kæʃ/ verb, T ► FINANCE to sell an investment: »Many of these vendors jumped into the market and are now looking to cash out. cash out of sth »They cashed out of the stock market on worries about a… …   Financial and business terms

  • cash-out — noun see cash out * * * /kash owt /, n. 1. Also, cashout. a direct cash payment or a cash profit or remainder: The store owner lived on a cash out of fifty dollars a day. 2. a payment of winnings or a cashing in of chips, as in a casino. 3. cash… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cash-out — /kash owt /, n. 1. Also, cashout. a direct cash payment or a cash profit or remainder: The store owner lived on a cash out of fifty dollars a day. 2. a payment of winnings or a cashing in of chips, as in a casino. 3. cash in. * * * …   Universalium

  • cash-out — noun see cash out …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cash out — verb a) To reconcile at the end of a shift; to compare receipts of items sold to records of credit card, check and cash placed into the drawer, verifying that correct change was given out by the clerk. b) To retire; to exchange gambling chips for …   Wiktionary

  • cash out — Exists when seller of property takes the entire amount of equity in cash rather than retaining some interest in property …   Black's law dictionary

  • cash out — Exists when seller of property takes the entire amount of equity in cash rather than retaining some interest in property …   Black's law dictionary

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