Cash up – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

May 6, 2011 By Angela Boothroyd

To cash up is to count all the money taken by a shop or business at the end of the working day.

UK and Australian English.

Examples of use:

1. We haven’t had a customer for an hour. Let’s cash up and go home.

2. He trusts her to cash up every night.

3. When we cashed up we realised we’d had our best day ever in the shop!

4. I hate cashing up before I go home at night. It takes so long

infinitive
cash up
present simple
cash up and cashes up
-ing form
cashing up
past simple
cashed up
past participle
cashed up

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