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cold cash

Dollar bills and coins, as opposed to checks or credit. The deal won't go through unless we pay him in cold cash.
See also: cash, cold

cold cash

Also, hard cash. Actual currency (bills and coins); money immediately available, paid at the time of a purchase. For example, Will you lower the price if I pay in cold cash instead of using a credit card? or We have only a limited amount of hard cash-the rest is in accounts receivable. [First half of 1900s]
See also: cash, cold
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Last July in this space, the headline read: The East is Green, with a Big Stash of Cold Cash for Hot Deals Abroad.
After the polite conversation, the retired intelligence chief asked him about the pending heavy vehicle contract and blatantly made it clear that there was Rs 50 crore for him in cold cash if the Rs 400 crore deal was awarded to an East European manufacturer instead of Indo-Russian joint venture.
The unregulated nature of this multibillion-pound industry is a disgrace and requires a speedy overhaul before the cost of vanity is counted in lost lives and not cold cash.
Surely the recipe is an asset that would be worth cold cash to another ice cream maker.
CPEX--which didn't released details of the Boston vote--did say that shareholders approved the $77 million deal, meaning that they will be getting $27.25 in cold cash, in a deal expected to close "in the next few weeks," the company said.
Given the right environment, bees will work hard to add to your bottom line with increased yields--and if you treat them right, they'll pay you rent in the form of sweet, delicious, healthful honey and wax, which you can easily convert to cold cash.
THE sub-zero temperatures have failed to deter this fundraiser as he sleeps under a blanket of snow to turn the big freeze into cold cash.
COLD CASH Homeserve reported another half-year of strong growth and expects to benefit from the current cold snap, as it receives more calls to repair broken boilers and burst pipes.
Debrahlee Lorenzana said that despite her turnout being professional, her male bosses and co-workers still found her too hot be around their cold cash.
If the government and MPs work together to do things for its private sector, you would see happier employees and more productivity rather than just heartless cold cash gained by sucking the life out of employees.
So when it was time for more waterers for an expanding flock, it was off to the farm mart and to plunk down more of the cold cash for a bit of plastic.
As official censorship began to crumble, gay and straight pornographic films found their way into foundering movie theaters that raked in cold cash by showing such fare as Wakefield Poole's Boys in the Sand (1971) on the gay side and Deep Throat (1972) on the straight.
What's hotter, it seems, is cold cash. Money won hands down recently in a survey conducted in the US on young, professional women given a choice between hot sex and cold cash.
Fox may have taken a risk by positioning lifts latest series entry in the middle of summer season--both "Ice Age" (2002) and "Ice Age: The Meltdown" (2006) were March releases--but the gamble should pay off with beaucoup cold cash. Even more bountiful green will be harvested in ancillary outlets.
As SUE SCOTT reports, though, it will take more than cold cash to persuade firms that now is the time to be taking on young blood..