cashbox cashbox


  • (n) a strongbox for holding cash



  1. The fees, entirely extralegal, went into a small tin cashbox and were divided among the Controller's staff from time to time.
  2. Gulf, whose cashbox is bulging from oil gushers in Kuwait, was moved by the same considerations that drew its competitors to fertilizer companies.
  3. The 2O-bed school has no gates or bars, no locks on the doors, and Hood leaves his cashbox unlocked.



  1. Danish prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen responded "This is about much more than what we pay to the EU cashbox, and what we get out from it. It is about, for instance, that we get full and free access to a bigger single market, which represents...
    on Dec 20, 2005 By: Anders Fogh Rasmussen Source:

  2. "They emptied the cashbox," Orban said today. "By Monday, we found out that the budget is in ruins. Hungarians must prepare events they can't even imagine."
    on Apr 12, 2006 By: Viktor Orban Source: Bloomberg

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propriety propriety
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