a method of recording income and expenses in which each item is entered as received or paid.
a book in which to record money received and paid out. Historical Examples A cash-book was used in keeping accounts, and about one-third of their customers were white people. The Negro at Work in New York City George Edmund Haynes The proprietor kept a cash-book which he balanced once a week. The Negro at Work […]
- Cash card
noun an embossed plastic card bearing the name and account details of a bank or building-society customer, used with a personal identification number to obtain money from a cash dispenser: may also function as a cheque card or debit card or both Also called cash-point card
any business venture, operation, or product that is a dependable source of income or profit. noun a product, acquisition, etc, that produces a steady flow of cash, esp one with a well-known brand name commanding a high market share noun phrase A source of money, esp a generous one: But all this leaves The New […]
any crop that is considered easily marketable, as wheat or cotton. a crop for direct sale in a market, as distinguished from a crop for use as livestock feed or for other purposes. noun a crop grown for sale rather than for subsistence