cash up


verb
  1. (intr, adverb) British (of cashiers, shopkeepers, etc) to add up the money taken, esp at the end of a working day

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How to use cash up in a sentence

  • I turned everything salable or mortgageable into cash, locked the cash up in my private vaults, and waited for the cataclysm.

    The Deluge | David Graham Phillips
  • "As soon as the roads are fit, I want to go to the assay office in Denver and cash up on past efforts," was his opening statement.

    David Lannarck, Midget | George S. Harney
  • We'll both go to Cheyenne; you go to Denver to cash up and fade out; I'll go to your town to pay out and horn in.

    David Lannarck, Midget | George S. Harney
  • "You oughtn't to have carried that cash up here," came in a low tone from the hedge.

    Blacksheep! Blacksheep! | Meredith Nicholson
  • The phrase was not cash up, but Down with your Dust, and when a mans buck-skin wallet was empty, he knew where to fill it again.

    The Crest of the Continent | Ernest Ingersoll