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Comprehensive English-Chinese Dictionary (1 result)

cashier [kæˈʃɪər]
  1. 1. noun[c] 出纳员
    The cashier in the bank this morning was very helpful.
  2. 2. noun[c] 收银员
    When I got back he was at the cashier's desk settling the bill.
  3. 3. vt. 抛弃废除
  4. 4. vt. 罢免革职开除
    They have cashiered several of the regiment already.

Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (2 results)

cashier [kæˈʃɪr]
  1. 1. noun someone whose job is to receive or give money in a store, bank, etc.
cashier [kæˈʃɪr]
  1. 1. verb to make someone leave a position of responsibility, especially in the military, because they have done something wrong

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Carrying a gun, he walked up to the cashier and demanded money.
The mugger kept aiming his gun at the head of the cashier for more than 5 minutes.
Cashier Window is open from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday-Friday.
When paying with your credit card, the cashier will not require any PIN in a majority of the cases.
Chinese enterprises will be asked to employ tax-controlled cashier machines in the future.
If you'd prefer to pay the cost of your stay in the parking lot prior to leaving, an Automatic Parking Cashier is by Gate 10.
The cashier in the supermarket didn't give me the correct change.
Each cashier has to cash up at the end of the day before going back home.
The cashier was punching up the sale on the register.

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