[ UK /kæʃˈi‍ə/ ]
[ US /kæˈʃɪɹ/ ]
  1. discard or do away with
    cashier the literal sense of this word
  2. discharge with dishonor, as in the army
  1. a person responsible for receiving payments for goods and services (as in a shop or restaurant)
  2. an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money
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How To Use cashier In A Sentence

  • I had to join this long queue, that snaked around a couple of times, and as each person left, a disembodied voice said, ‘Cashier number seven, please!’
  • Then, when cashiered out of the navy after refusing to follow orders which offended his conscience, he is visited by the mysterious benefactor who has shadowed him his entire life, who invites him to join a highly exclusive gentlemen's club, Redking's. REVIEW: Not Less Than Gods and The Women of Nell Gwynne's by Kage Baker
  • Simon hands the cashier a ten.
  • Your finances are in tatters, your blood pressure is rising and the queue for the bank cashiers' desks is never-ending.
  • A further 150 generals have been cashiered and live under close surveillance.
  • On a visit he had thought it a marvellous place and seeing an advertisement for a bank cashier there, he successfully applied for the post. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cashier, a middle-aged woman with nondescript features, cleared her throat and pointed to the right.
  • I snatch up a pair of Canadian goggles that look like lizard eyes and head for the cashier.
  • Years later, he retired respectably as a cashier.
  • These efforts actually backfired, and one lower-level State Department official was cashiered.
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