cashier

From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Banking
cashiercash‧ier1 /kæˈʃɪə $ -ˈʃɪr/ noun [countable] BOBFBsomeone whose job is to receive or pay out money in a shop
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cashierA cashier thought she recognized him as the man who had done it.They may also be grocery cashiers, meter readers, pharmacists, apartment home managers and ministers.She was working as a petrol station cashier when armed robbers threatened her with a knife during a raid.As a first step toward cutting costs, Helen volunteered to go to work in the chicken palace, as the cashier.You hand your smart card to the cashier at a restaurant and she runs it through a scanner.He stood outside the boutique, peered in and saw her in a big black coat talking with the cashier.
Related topics: Military
cashiercashier2 verb [transitive] PMLEAVE A JOB OR ORGANIZATIONto force an officer to leave the army, navy etc because they have done something wrong
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cashierAll four had been cashiered following the overthrow of former President Moussa Traore on March 26.
From King Business Dictionarycashiercash‧ier /kæˈʃɪə-ˈʃɪr/ noun [countable]1JOBsomeone whose job is to take and pay out money in a shop, bank, hotel etca supermarket cashier2ACCOUNTINGJOBsomeone who is responsible for keeping an account of the money received by and paid out by a bank or companyThe petty cash book, receipts and vouchers are presented to the head cashier, who audits them. petty cashierOrigin cashier1 (1500-1600) Dutch kassier, from French, from casse; CASH1 cashier2 (1500-1600) Dutch casseren, from French casser to break, dismiss