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cash–and–carry

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adjective cash–and–car·ry \ˌka-shən-ˈka-rē, -ˈker-ē\

Definition of cash–and–carry

  1. :  sold or provided for cash and usually without delivery service

1917

First Known Use of cash–and–carry

1917


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cash–and–carry

noun cash–and–car·ry

Definition of cash–and–carry

  1. :  the policy of selling on a cash-and-carry basis

1921

First Known Use of cash–and–carry

1921


CASH–AND–CARRY Defined for English Language Learners


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cash–and–carry

noun cash–and–car·ry

Definition of cash–and–carry for English Language Learners

  • : a store where businesses and other customers can pay cash for goods at low prices and take them away instead of having them delivered


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