cashier

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
cashier

Plural
cashiers

A cashier
  1. (countable) A cashier is a worker who collects money and gives out change at a store or bank.
    My first job was as a cashier at a new grocery store in town.
    The cashier took my twenty and gave me back $2.25 change.

Verb[change]

Plain form
cashier

Third-person singular
cashiers

Past tense
cashiered

Past participle
cashiered

Present participle
cashiering

  1. (transitive), (usually passive) If an officer gets cashiered, they are forced to leave the armed forces because they have done something wrong.
    He was cashiered from the army for failing a drug test.

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