cashed cashed  /ˈkæʃt/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) for which money has been paid

Usage(s):

  1. He cashed in before the market crash of 1929.
  2. None of their neighbors guessed that if they cashed in their stock in Joe's agency, they'd be worth about $20 million.
  3. Trump, 41, had accordingly cashed in the bulk of his stock holdings, some $500 million worth of shares in Allegis, Holiday Inns, Bally Recreation and other companies.

News

  1. Report: Wallace turned down Vikings' offer

    Mike Wallace cashed in during this year's free-agency period when he signed a $60 million contract to join the Miami Dolphins. But the speedy wide receiver evidently turned down a more lucrative offer from the Minnesota Vikings. Wallace's father, Mike Wallace III, told USA Today Sports that his son declined a $76 million contract offer from Minnesota. For more, click here.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: ESPN Blogs

  2. Report: Wallace declined Vikes' $76M offer

    Mike Wallace cashed in during this year's free-agency period when he signed a $60 million contract to join the Miami Dolphins. But the speedy wide receiver evidently turned down a more lucrative offer from the Minnesota Vikings.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: ESPN

  3. Marion Co. deputies searching for man who cashed counterfeit check

    Marion County Sheriff's Office is asking the public's help in identifying a man who they say cashed a counterfeit check back in April.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: WMBF News Myrtle Beach

Quotes

  1. Stone says "this is 100 percent having to do with his faith of Scientology. He has no problem ? and he's cashed plenty of checks ? with our show making fun of Christians."
    on Mar 14, 2006 By: Matt Stone Source: KARE

  2. "I fell behind in the count and made a mistake over the plate and he cashed in," Broxton said. "He's a home run hitter. You've got to wipe it out and get ready to play them again."
    on Oct 13, 2008 By: Jonathan Broxton Source: USA Today

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