Definition of cash box in English:

cash box

noun

  • A metal box with a lock for keeping cash in.

    • ‘The guard got out, carrying a cash box, and started walking to the post office.’
    • ‘Three days earlier, four men snatched a cash box from a Post Office van while a delivery was being made at Marland.’
    • ‘A guard was hit with a metal bar as a bungling robber snatched an empty cash box.’
    • ‘I found the cash box no problem - simply because somebody had locked it in the wrong drawer.’
    • ‘Murmurings amongst the village women, in their own dialect, revealed that they knew exactly how much money was in the cash box, and how much had been given as loan.’

Pronunciation:

cash box

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