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in the till

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin the tillin the tillAmerican English money in the till is money that a company or organization has You keep as much money as you need in the till to run your operations. till
Examples from the Corpus
in the tillJust those in power want to keep their hands on the reins and in the tills.Record numbers are being caught with fingers in the till - like ex-Mirror chief Robert Maxwell.Dansey left Rome in 1936; word seeped out that he had been caught with his hand in the till and sacked.But my feeling is that some one has had their hands in the till.The campaign has more than $3.3 million in the till.She counted over the money in the till and inspected a roll of invoices.The landlord was looking at something in the till and thinking.Indeed he often gave them whatever was in the till, feeling they looked in need of a square meal.
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