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noun available means, bill, capital, coin, coin of the realm, coinage, currency, dollar currency, finances, funds, hard money, legal tender, medium of exchange, monetary unit, money, moneys, pecunia praesens, pecuuiary resources, principal, ready money, reserve, resources, riches, specie, treasure, working assets
Associated concepts: cash and securities, cash assets, cash bail, cash bond, cash dividend, cash down, cash method, cash on delivery, cash on hand, cash surrender value, cash value

CASH, commerce. Money on hand, which a merchant, trader or other person has to do business with.
     2. Cash price, in contracts, is the price of articles paid for in cash, in contradistinction to the credit price. Pard. n. 85; Chipm. Contr. 110. In common parlance, bank notes are considered as cash; but bills receivable are not.

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Secondly, there is also the presence or expectation of the other, which exceeds all satisfactions that could be obtained by the production and appropriation of cashable goods.
We need to help them stay in their homes, including by converting the home mortgage deduction into a cashable tax credit and creating a homeowners' Chapter 11, an expedited way to restructure their liabilities.
Dead chips are not cashable or refundable by customers, and can be used only to make wagers in the VIP room where they were purchased or borrowed.
But Labour leader Sir Albert Bore complained that nowhere did it detail how the money - together with pounds 140 million of "non cashable savings" - would be found.
Increasingly, what we are talking about is cashable savings, efficiency savings, balance scorecards and all that side of things.
In December, Consumers Trust asked a federal bankruptcy court in New York to nullify all outstanding cashable vouchers because it claims to lack the funds to fulfill them.
Some public sector employees who had managed to retain their jobs had gone months without receiving cashable paychecks.
Second, it was wonderful to see and read the reaction of the victorious trainer who if modesty were a cashable commodity would be a billionaire.
116) The cost of purchasing the number of cashable points required to buy the flight identical to the one that an employee took on her points would be the value of the employee's benefit.
Banking customers are rewarded with bonus points, cashable for groceries.
Here and elsewhere Smith resorts to metaphor, only some of which is analytically cashable.