[ US /ˈkæʃt/ ]
[ UK /kˈæʃt/ ]
  1. for which money has been paid
    a cashed check
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How To Use cashed In A Sentence

  • Moceanu has written an autobiography, had book signings and cashed in on corporate and commercial appearances.
  • For the 1999-2000 school year EF cashed in some of its stock donated from start-ups and put $325,000 to work for the nonprofit.
  • One widow, she said, was carrying around $900,000 in uncashed cheques; another confessed to spending $15,000 on designer clothes.
  • For non-working spouses, sufficient units can be encashed each tax year to bring total income up to just below the annual allowance.
  • So at the end of the night, when we cashed out, whatever money we had over the gross amount of the totaled checks, we kept as tips.
  • And scrappage has been at least revenue-neutral for the Government, which cashed in on the flow of VAT paid on new cars.
  • a cashed check
  • Osborn recently posted all 1.76 million payments state agencies made last fiscal year on a searchable Web site and has returned a record amount of unclaimed property such as uncashed payroll checks and gift cards _ $42 million worth _ during his tenure. Home RSS feed
  • She replied that she had never heard of such a ghastly deed, and, consequently, she had no choice but to return my annual stipend unendorsed and uncashed.
  • At least one outside shareholder has already cashed in on the deal. Times, Sunday Times
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