cash desk

  1. a counter or till in a shop where purchases are paid for

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How to use cash desk in a sentence

  • Victoria passed him quickly, caught up the stout man, entered the cash desk and took his bill.

    A Bed of Roses | W. L. George
  • He had left his cash-desk and was assailing a bowl of soup at one of the side-tables.

    The Man Upstairs | P. G. Wodehouse
  • A girl at the next table was staring at her, and the girl in the cash desk by the door was staring, too.

    The Beggar Man | Ruby Mildred Ayres
  • February found her again in a cash-desk, this time at Slater's.

    The Story of Louie | Oliver Onions
  • A till with a slit to admit or disgorge crown pieces indicated the cash-desk.

    The Commission in Lunacy | Honore de Balzac