from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Having no money.
  • adj. Operating without the need for cash.


cash +‎ -less (Wiktionary)


  • Net cash, which we defined as cashless third-party debt was 106 million at the end of Q3 compared to 89 million at the end of the prior quarter, as third-party debt was unchanged at 10 million in the quarter. Home Page

  • A volunteer he works with was robbed three years ago outside a post office, and Boyed called the cashless donations "fantastic."


  • A volunteer he works with was robbed three years ago outside a post office, and Mr. Boyed called the cashless donations "fantastic."

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  • Because it may be hard to come up with the cash required to acquire shares or pay taxes, many are doing " cashless " transactions in which some shares are sold in order to cover the costs of keeping others, he says.

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  • According to a story in Wednesday's WSJ this would be a "cashless" deal for Fiat, with the Italian company contributing only "technology & vehicles" for Chrysler to build & sell here.

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  • "When Zimbabweans are said to be 'cashless' on the basis of high inflation and low purchasing power, we really mean it," said the state-run CSO.

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  • This happens on what is popularly called as 'cashless' facility under the health insurance facility.

  • We already have the ability to run our society on a "cashless" basis.


  • Our goal is to help convert a jail into a 'cashless' environment through the use of kiosks for in-coming cash and a debit card for out-going cash, relieving the facilities from humans handling cash over-and-over, therefore reducing errors, mistakes and fraud.


  • "cashless" transaction, since the funds were essentially already on Citi's balance sheet. The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator


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