Noun(1) an employee of a bank who receives and pays out money(2) a person responsible for receiving payments for goods and services (as in a shop or restaurant
Verb(1) discard or do away with(2) discharge with dishonor, as in the army
(1) But he soon quarrelled with the Rump and defied its attempt to cashier him by leading a military coup in October.(2) Penny works as a supermarket cashier and spends most of her home life trying to deflect obscene verbal abuse from her son, Rory, a couch potato.(3) The cashier took the check and handed her a receipt.(4) Someone says that that's a saving only if you cashier them out of the military.(5) And come to think of it, I was recently harassed by a cashier in a shop.(6) Next I called Drew, hoping he still had the receipt for the cashier 's check.(7) The bank was expanding, and we needed two cashiers, so I became a cashier in the bank.(8) Some of the other changes will include a cluster of round tables in the centre of the coffee shop and moving the cashier to the opposite end of the service area to improve customer flow.(9) ├ö├ç├┐It's very bad in the evenings, especially on Saturdays and Sundays,├ö├ç├û says the cashier at a sports shop.(10) Stores gave cashiers black lists of banks whose cheques were not acceptable.(11) It has cashiered or attempted to discredit its own experts, ignored their advice, impeded scientific research into its health effects and assembled a disinformation campaign to confuse the issue.(12) He was cashiered and would spend the next three years in prison.(13) Ten years previously he had been cashiered out of the navy and had joined an SS group in Hamburg.(14) He was too vicious for even the Empire, and they cashiered him for some particularly violent ├ö├ç├┐police action ├ö├ç├┐a few years back.├ö├ç├û(15) So, instead of advancing to the Fiesta Bowl to play for the national championship, the Wildcats were cashiered to the Alamo Bowl.(16) The marshal would be cashiered and ├ö├ç├┐promoted├ö├ç├û to a non-existent command in the west to silence his warnings of a potential shift of power in the direction of U.S. high-tech weaponry.
(1) head cashier :: ulu talitupe
2. clerk ::
3. bank clerk ::
4. teller ::
5. banker ::
6. treasurer ::
7. bursar ::
8. purser ::
1. employ ::
2. engage ::
3. hire ::
4. retain ::
Different Formscashier, cashiered, cashiering, cashiers
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