- n an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money
- n a person responsible for receiving payments for goods and services (as in a shop or restaurant)
- v discard or do away with
cashier the literal sense of this word
- v discharge with dishonor, as in the army
- A "service worker" for the feds isn't a fast food cashier.
- Though born on the Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar, where his father Bomi worked as a High Court cashier, Bulsara was educated at boarding schools in Bombay.
- The cashier shoots the vice president and himself, leaving Lily Powers to marry the president.
- Horst Seehofer in Reuters UK
I don't understand how a cashier can be fired because of 1.30 euros while managers who lose billions of euros can keep their jobs,Seehofer told a rally in Bavaria on Wednesday.
- Gul Panag in Hindu
Talking about her unusually titled comedy, Gul said: "My role is that of a caricature artist in London. Since it's not easy for her to live out of her earnings, she joins Vinay Pathak's restaurant as a cashier. It's then that Vinay's life starts to...
- Mark Udall in Plain Dealer
If they can't create the kind of team that Petraeus and (US Ambassador Ryan) Crocker had in Iraq, if I were the president, I'd cashier all of them and have Petraeus start all over again,Udall said.