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cashed up

adjective
1.
(Austral, informal) having plenty of money
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  • Then I drew out, cashed up and clapped the whole thing into Union Short.

    Out of the Ashes Ethel Watts Mumford
  • The man at the shop kindly gave us tick for the lemons, and we cashed up out of our next week's pocket-money.

    The Wouldbegoods E. Nesbit
  • But that is the banker who cashed up the two millions on the Kings brothers notes!

    The Hero of the People Alexandre Dumas

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