Definition of with one's hands in the till
- She was caught with her hands in the till.
: the forelimb segment (such as the terminal section of a bird's wing) of a vertebrate higher than the fishes that corresponds to the hand irrespective of its form or functional specialization
: a part serving the function of or resembling a hand: such as
: with the hands rather than by machine
: to touch or manage with the hands
: to lead, guide, or assist with the hand
: to work by plowing, sowing, and raising crops : cultivate
: a money drawer in a store or bank
: a box, drawer, or tray in a receptacle (such as a cabinet or chest) used especially for valuables
: the money contained in a till
: unstratified glacial drift consisting of clay, sand, gravel, and boulders intermingled
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