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cash-in

[kash-in] /ˈkæʃˌɪn/
noun
1.
redemption, as of mutual-fund shares.
Origin of cash-in
1935-1940
1935-40; noun use of verb phrase cash in
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  • I've lined up for a cash-in tree times, an' I'll make it four straight, sure.

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  • "Let's line up fer a cash-in," he exclaimed to Mortimer, making a break down the steps to the lawn.

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