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    Default market vocabulary

    I'd like to know how you say when you want to tell someone you'll go to the cashier to buy whatever you are buying from a shop, a market or whatever. Is it called a cashier's stand or what, sounds rather awkward to me. Can you say 'I'll go cash these' ?

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    Usually, it's "I'll go (and) pay for these (at the cashier/at the register)". The parts in parentheses are unnecessary.
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