Definition of Cashbook

1. n. A book in which is kept a register of money received or paid out.

Definition of Cashbook

1. Noun. A book used to record amounts of money received or paid out. ¹

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Definition of Cashbook

1. a book of monetary records [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cashbook

cash money
cash on delivery
cash out
cash position
cash price
cash register
cash registers
cash solvent
cash strapped
cash surrender value
cash up
cashbook (current term)
cashed out
cashed up bogan
cashes out
cashew apple

Literary usage of Cashbook

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Principles of Bookkeeping: Complete Course Illustrating the Journal Method by George Washington Miner, Fayette Herbert Elwell (1918)
"The cashbook For Written Work Opening the cashbook. Observe the following directions: 1. ... Below is given a script cashbook, complete in every detail. ..."

2. Bookkeeping for Modern Business: Advanced Course by John George Kirk, James Layman Street (1921)
"Columns arc provided on the credit wide of the cashbook for ... Petty cashbook.—The petty cashbook is used in this set as a book of original entry. ..."

3. Guide to the Microfilm of the Archives of Old Christ Church, Philadelphia by Melissa Druckman, Peter J. Parker, Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1981)
"V159: cashbook, 1911-1920 V160: cashbook, 1920-1921 and Journal, 1922-1928 V161: cashbook, 1922-1926 V162: cashbook,1926-1931 V163: cashbook, ..."

4. Lessons in Cookery by Frances Elizabeth Stewart (1918)
"The following is a specimen cashbook sheet: Note: It is well to do all ruling and ... Note: Later post from cashbook to ledger on opposite page; that is, ..."

5. Bookkeeping, Complete Course by George Washington Miner (1912)
"The Books used in this set are the journal, the cashbook, the petty cashbook, ... With the exception of the cash- book, the petty cashbook, and the invoice ..."

6. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1919)
"Each had a cash drawer and kept his own cashbook. Premium receipts would be forwarded by the home office to the Seattle office for collection. ..."

7. Modern Junior Mathematics by Marie Gugle (1920)
"(i) How many items in the cashbook are initial expenses; that is, ... Transferring items as classified from the cashbook to the ledger (a) With all these ..."

8. Bookkeeping, Introductory Course by George Washington Miner (1912)
"Name Date- DAILY CASH PROOF Cash received per cashbook, total ^j Cash paid per cashbook, ... The left side of the cashbook shows all cash received. 2. ..."

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