Phrasal Verbs With 'Cash'

Cash in phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Convert shares, bonds, casino chips, etc, into money
    (Separable [optional] | International English)
    » Example: They CASHED IN their bonds and spent the money on a holiday.

Cash in on phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Benefit or make money on something, especially if done unfairly
    (Inseparable | International English)
    » Example: The opposition party are CASHING IN ON the government's unpopularity.

Cash out phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Illegally access a bank account or credit card and steal money
    (Separable [optional] | International English)
    » Example: A hacker got my credit card details from my computer and CASHED OUT a lot of money.
  2. Meaning: Exchange something for money, collect winnings
    (Separable [optional] | American English)
    » Example: After winning, she CASHED OUT her chips.

Cash up phrasal verb

  1. Meaning: Count all the money taken in a shop or business at the end of the day
    (Intransitive | International English)
    » Example: After the shop closed, they have to CASH UP before they can go home.