Cash in on – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To cash in on something is to benefit or make money from an event or situation, often in an unfair way.

Examples of use:

1. BBC News headline: Israelis cash in on Kosher wine trade.

2. Some Londoners cashed in on the Royal Wedding by renting out their homes.

3. Times Online headline: Investors cash in on BP crisis.

4. Airline companies are cashing in on the demand for cheap flights.

cash in on
present simple
cash in on and cashes in on
-ing form
cashing in on
past simple
cashed in on
past participle
cashed in on

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