from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To convert a financial instrument or funding source into cash.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To turn into cash; to cash.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To turn (a note, draft, or check) into cash; cash.
- To convert into cash; obtain in the form of cash; realize in cash.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The authority can encash the guarantees in case a carrier defaults on its payments.
And when I learned that acts of good, acts of good need not become tokens, tokens that encash as good feelings in return, then I, I lost my fears, my fears of not being, of not being thanked enough, of being unappreciated ... and helped freely.
"Even if they wanted to encash, they can't do so before a deadline stated in the contract."
Having built a strong and popular product, JetBlue has now started to encash on LiveTV.
A former NHAI official says that the Authority was reluctant to even encash bank guarantees because its board was under political pressure for over a year.
It might sound that getting a 10% gain over the current market price is a good thing and might be the way to encash in (Actually it is not encashing because you have to spend it on a holiday provided by the tour operator).
But the government has not made any move to encash bank guarantees to Kingfisher to recover the dues, Murli Deora said in a written reply to a question in Parliament.
Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday congratulated A R Rehman and Resul Pookutty on winning the Oscars for music and sound editing, even as the ruling party at the Centre sought to encash the public euphoria over their feat by claiming credit for creating a "conducive environment" that has led to the emergence of "Achieving India", as against "Shining India" of the previous NDA regime.
Sharifs are under pressure from the party high command to announce a date as soon as possible and encash the political mileage by defying Gen. Musharraf and even those guarantors who saved his life in December 2000 and took him away from the clutches of Gen. Musharraf.
The Good: Bloggers can now encash their celebrity status and earn more.