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  • v. Present participle of cash.


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  • There's a lot of money to be made in cashing in on people's nostalgia for things they were excited about when they were teenagers.

    May 2008

  • If you're interested in cashing in on the forthcoming Da Vinci Code mania, dust off your PayPal account and get ready to bid.


  • The FF movie sucked because the producers, writers, and directors were more interested in cashing in than making a good movie.

    New releases, 06 Dec 2005

  • But others bristle at the notion of cashing out early, saying it suggests insiders worry the value of the company is falling and could backfire if employees take their money and leave.

    Restless Workers in Silicon Valley Seek Ways to Cash In Early

  • Most people would call it cashing in on his prominent name.

    The Full Feed from

  • However if Levy rejected the idea of cashing in on Bale, he admitted that the Spurs squad needed trimming - though not immediately.

    BBC News - Home

  • While most new graduates vaguely recall cashing in that loan check every semester, reality sets in rather quickly when you receive that first loan repayment bill.

    Crosby Finance

  • You have a LOT of folks who are doing nothing but "cashing" in on Michael death like a bunch of leaches.

    State of the Union: Celebrate Michael Jackson's art, says Powell

  • "By taking the ace and 'cashing' the king, she was showing a doubleton."


  • Why does Batman look like he's kicking back and relaxing in a... turret? strangely designed hot tub? whatever that is... on the "cashing" cake?

    Why So Serious?


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