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cashier in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcashiercash‧ier1 /kæˈʃɪə $ -ˈʃɪr/ noun [countable]  BOBFBsomeone whose job is to receive or pay out money in a shop
Examples from the Corpus
cashierA cashier thought she recognized him as the man who had done it.They may also be grocery cashiers, meter readers, pharmacists, apartment home managers and ministers.She was working as a petrol station cashier when armed robbers threatened her with a knife during a raid.As a first step toward cutting costs, Helen volunteered to go to work in the chicken palace, as the cashier.You hand your smart card to the cashier at a restaurant and she runs it through a scanner.He stood outside the boutique, peered in and saw her in a big black coat talking with the cashier.