cash in


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Synonyms for cash in

exchange for cash

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Olson's investigation concluded that under county rules, Richardson was only eligible to cash in 80 hours a year.
It could be a second chapter in a story that required no further exposition or a crass attempt to cash in on a gimmick whose novelty could barely survive the first film, much less a follow-up.
Besides, what usually differentiates one insurer from another in this country, she said, is the level of service provided, so it's advantageous for an insurer to settle a claim quickly: "When you put cash in their hand, it's over.
A SCRATCHCARD thief was caught when he tried to cash in his winning tickets.
Investors keep their cash in the fund for seven years and at the end of that period, they get back the principal plus appreciation accrued.