Recent Examples of cash register from the Web
Requiring credit card customers to sign for each transaction is not only ineffective but slows down waiting time at the cash register.
After a brief altercation where the employee attempted to thwart the attempt, the suspect pushed the employee several times and was able to gain access to the cash register and obtain an unknown amount of money.
The female customer was standing near the cash register of The Lobster Trap restaurant in Bourne, Massachusetts, on Feb. 19 around 6 p.m. — apparently waiting to pay for some food, video shows.
Officials said a man entered the restaurant on Jan. 1 and showed an employee his handgun, then told the employee to give him everything in the cash register.
Shelves filled with toiletries, magazines and other merchandise, along with a row of cash registers, create a level of realism most schools don't offer.
The latest reading on consumer confidence could bring a new 18-year high, while a report on consumer spending will reveal whether those bullish views are starting to translate into brisker sales at the cash register.
That’s how Ryan, a bona fide movie star, came to spend a week behind the cash register at Books of Wonder, a children's bookstore in Manhattan.
The retail space near cash registers is coveted for magazines.
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CASH REGISTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cash register for English Language Learners
: a machine used in a store, restaurant, etc., that calculates the amount of cash due for a sale and has a drawer for holding money
CASH REGISTER Defined for Kids
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