Definition of 'cash register'
Example sentences containing 'cash register'
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`She dropped her flashlight into the drawer under the cash register and reached for the telephone. SOMETHING IN THE WATER (2002)The customer began walking away with her carrier bags and Rose approached the cash register. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)Lucivee stood stunned for a second or two, then raced for the telephone that stood next to the cash register. SOMETHING IN THE WATER (2002)
The second thing she noticed was a fat gray cat sleeping on the counter by the cash register. CIRCLE OF THREE: BOOK 1: SO MOTE IT BE (2002)
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Used Occasionally. cash register is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cash register'
British English: cash register /kæʃ ˈrɛdʒɪstə/ NOUN
A cash register is a machine in a shop, pub, or restaurant that is used to add up and record how much money people pay, and in which the money is kept.
- American English: cash register
- Arabic: آلَة ُتَسْجِيلِ النُّقُود
- Brazilian Portuguese: caixa registradora
- Chinese: 现金出纳机
- Croatian: kasa
- Czech: pokladna
- Danish: kasseapparat
- Dutch: kassa
- European Spanish: caja registradora
- Finnish: kassakone
- French: caisse enregistreuse
- German: Registrierkasse
- Greek: ταμειακή μηχανή
- Italian: registratore di cassa
- Japanese: レジ
- Korean: 금전 출납기
- Norwegian: kasseapparat
- Polish: kasa sklepowa
- European Portuguese: caixa registadora
- Romanian: casă de marcat
- Russian: кассовый аппарат
- Spanish: caja registradora
- Swedish: kassaapparat
- Thai: เครื่องคิดเงิน
- Turkish: yazar kasa
- Ukrainian: касовий апарат
- Vietnamese: máy tính tiền
Definition of cash register from the Collins English Dictionary
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