Definition of 'petty cash'
Example sentences containing 'petty cash'
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Don't tell me he was caught doctoring his expenses or stealing the petty cash. THE ENDLESS GAME (2002)We kept petty cash in the office, which was in our, sorry his, flat. SOMEBODY (2002)
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Used Rarely. petty cash is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'petty cash'
British English: petty cash NOUN
Petty cash is money that is kept in the office of a company, for making small payments in cash when necessary.
After having her expense claims overruled, she took the money from petty cash.
Definition of petty cash from the Collins English Dictionary
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