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hard cash

  (British, American & Australian) also cold cash (American & Australian)
money in the form of coins or notes (= paper money) We gave him half the money in hard cash and wrote a cheque for the rest.
See call in chips
See also: cash, hard
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However, what does this mean in hard cash terms to residents?
Give them British-made products, not hard cash, that way British jobs and taxes are to some extent protected.
WEIGHING UP THE ENEMY C4 8pm Faddy diets, self-discipline and exercise regimes have all failed, but can cold hard cash prove a big enough incentive for overweight people to lose the lard?
The company manufactures flexible packaging material used for shampoo satchels, gutka and soaps, and a portion of this cash sale could be legitimate as some small units pay directly in hard cash.
The unlimited numbers of facilities are apart from this hard cash for every member of the cabinet.
Melbourne, April 29 ( ANI ): Taylor Swift has reportedly purchased a beachfront mansion in Rhode Island for 17 million dollars and has paid the full amount in hard cash.
The bank, which has been promoting the use of plastic cards, said that the various promotions that it has been conducting were aimed at encouraging the use of plastic cards rather than hard cash.
But now Rovers owners Venky's are putting up hard cash to seal the deal.
LONDON (TAP) - A multimillion pound property empire that includes flats and houses in London is being sold off and turned into hard cash by members of Syria's Assad family, it has been reported.
And the support for Portugal was about EUR4bn by way of a guarantee, not hard cash.
Today, many consumers are electing to use other payment types, even hard cash, for the purchase of goods and services, the report notes.
Staff at the Royal Mint used hard cash to set a new Guinness World Record yesterday with a coin-tossing attempt involving hundreds of people.
CHRIS BOARD MAN insists imagination rather than cold; hard cash was behind the success of British cycling's Secret Squirrel Club.
But like most democracies, it works best when backed up by cold hard cash.
And there's only one way to guarantee that - with hard cash.