Definition of Cash-and-carry

1. Adjective. Sold for cash and the customer carries it away (no delivery service). "Cash-and-carry business"

Partainyms: Cash



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cash-and-carry

casernes
caserns
casers
cases
cases in point
casette
casettes
casewise
casework
caseworker
caseworkers
caseworks
caseworm
caseworms
cash
cash-and-carry (current term)
cash-back
cash-box
cash-boxes
cash-flow
cash-strapped
cash account
cash advance
cash bar
cash basis
cash box
cash boxes
cash card
cash cow
cash cows

Literary usage of Cash-and-carry

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1. Prices and Price Control in Great Britain and the United States During the by Simon Litman (1920)
"The other less expensive systems of distribution were the "cash and carry" stores and the small baker who delivered his own product directly to the consumer ..."

2. OECD Economics Glossary: English-French = Glossaire de L'économie de L'OCDE by Oecd, SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)
"... avantage net du portage [FIN] carry arbitrage syn. cash-and-carry arbitrage, cash-and- carry trade, basis trade, basis trading, buying the basis ..."

3. Papers and Proceedings of the Annual Meeting by American Economic Association (1918)
"The "cash and carry" plan of getting groceries and meat has, at least for the time, made remarkable headway. The "cash" portion of the plan has little ..."

4. Preliminary Economic Studies of the War by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Division of Economics and History, Thomas Nixon Carver (1920)
"The other less expensive systems of distribution were the "cash and carry" stores and the small baker who delivered his own product directly to the consumer ..."

5. Resale Price Maintenance by Claudius Temple Murchison (1919)
"Hence the growing use of the " Cash and Carry " practice, the customers in such case being urged to pay cash, and carry home their purchases for themselves. ..."

6. Lord Lothian and Anglo-American Relations, 1939-1940 by David Reynolds (1983)
"Instead he wanted a blanket "cash and carry" law, by which belligerents could purchase ... The intent of the cash and carry policy was to avoid the economic ..."

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