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[kash-lis] /ˈkæʃ lɪs/
having or using no cash.
Origin of cashless
1825-35; cash1 + -less
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cashlessness, noun Unabridged
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Examples from the web for cashless
  • But walled-garden economies are a long way from a fully cashless society.
  • It's another step toward a cashless society, but there's a debate about who ultimately benefits--employer or employee.
  • Credit is a necessity in our cashless society now, for anything from hotel reservations and car rentals to online shopping.
  • In a near-cashless society, money wages were soon discontinued, to be replaced by sharecropping arrangements.
  • We used billing data from the cafeterias' obligatory cashless payment system to ascertain risk factors for disease.
British Dictionary definitions for cashless


functioning, operated, or performed without using coins or banknotes for money transactions but instead using credit cards or electronic transfer of funds: cashless shopping
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