cash register

  1. a cashbox with an adding machine to register transactions; used in shops to add up the bill
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How To Use cash register In A Sentence

  • The cash register only opens once the card has been swiped.
  • Car horns beeped, children screamed, cash registers rang through open doorways.
  • Every dollar I scrimped or saved barely had time to cool in my hands before it was in the cash register at the local store and I was on the way home with another addition to my racing stable.
  • Usually it is those who seek the gratification of personal glory as well as the sound of the cash register who pump themselves full of this or that chemical, preferably one hitherto unknown to science so that the authorities, who religiously trot out the psittacine mantra that this is the most drug-free Olympics ever, are left flat-footed in their wake. Boycott the Olympics & Read Proust Instead
  • Charlton lowered the steel shutters over the store windows, secured the back door, and locked the cash register.
  • Tyler was lost for words, wondering about his reward when he heard a great shrill of excitement from the cash register.
  • She was ringing up her sale on an ancient cash register.
  • Have you thought about unchaining the drawer on the cash register and buying a new car, complete with warranty?
  • “The secret to retail is to get the money in the cash register as quickly as possible.” Only Rep. Frank could go kill health care rationing… - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
  • Iron out the kinks at manned cash registers, before you open up self-checkout lanes.
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