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cash register in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcash registerˈcash ˌregister noun [countable]  BBTa machine used in shops to keep the money in and record the amount of money received from each sale syn till British English
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cash registerNational chromed cash register, £220.So methods have been developed to dissuade you from wandering off to somebody else's cash register.I ask only one favour: please bring me a pound's worth of silver from the Swan's cash register.If anything, he said, what they heard was that cash register.Coupons generated electronically at the cash register are popular across the country, because they mirror consumer preferences.The door hangs off its hinges, the cash register ripped from its electronic umbilical cord.So you pick out one and follow him back to the cash register.