Definition of 'cashier'
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The cashier gives me a bit of a funny look. The Sun (2011)Vouchers are to be retained by the cashier at the time of redemption. The Sun (2012)Voucher will be retained by cashier at time of redemption. The Sun (2013)Coupon will be retained by the cashier at the time of redemption. The Sun (2008)His father was a bank cashier. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It had been torn in two, possibly when a cashier opened the envelope. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I'M a bank cashier and would like people to know we don't get these big bonuses. The Sun (2011)From the cashier to the chief executive, there has to be a serious appreciation for relationship management. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The reason is that the toll booths are being replaced with a system under which there is no need to stop and pay a cashier. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Basically, go to the cashier, pay for your groceries and then leave. Times, Sunday Times (2007)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 (2012)When the cashier in the shop spoke to me, the sounds weren't in sync with her lips. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The bearded trickster appears to be buying some milk until he tells the cashier: 'Look into my eyes. The Sun (2008) The cashier took her card to the back of the shop and reappeared with a device on which my wife entered her PIN. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He said that the deduction would reduce the take home pay of a cashier on 20,000 a year by 20 a month. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or I'll try to guess the price of my shopping before the cashier says it. The Sun (2012)Go instead to the post office, where you will be able to use a booth which is monitored, and pay the cashier afterwards. Collins Traveller - The Algarve (1993)
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Translations for 'cashier'
British English: cashier /kæˈʃɪə/ NOUN
A cashier is the person that customers pay money to or get money from in a shop or bank.
- American English: cashier
- Arabic: أَمِيـنُ الصُّنْدُوق
- Brazilian Portuguese: caixa ocupação
- Chinese: 出纳员
- Croatian: blagajnik
- Czech: pokladník
- Danish: kasserer
- Dutch: caissière
- European Spanish: cajero
- Finnish: kassanhoitaja
- French: caissière
- German: Kassierer
- Greek: ταμίας
- Italian: cassiere
- Japanese: 会計係
- Korean: 출납원
- Norwegian: kasserer
- Polish: kasjer
- European Portuguese: caixa ocupação
- Romanian: casier
- Russian: кассир
- Spanish: cajero
- Swedish: kassör
- Thai: เจ้าหน้าที่การเงิน
- Turkish: kasiyer
- Ukrainian: касир
- Vietnamese: nhân viên quầy thu tiền
Definition of cashier from the Collins English Dictionary
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