|cash and carry
||pay cash and carry it out of the store (no deliveries)
||The ad stated the terms of the sale: CASH & CARRY.
||a source of much money, a profitable resource
||Alberta's cash cow - oil - is helping to balance the budget.
||money spent on the operation of a business
||Calculate your weekly business expenses. That's your cash flow.
||receive cash for bonds or poker chips; profit from
||You're retired now. It may be time to cash in your bonds.
|cash on the barrelhead
||pay cash to the owner at the time of purchase; cold, hard cash
||The old man said, "To buy my pony you'll have to pay $300 - cash on the barrelhead."
|cash on the line
||pay the full price in cash to the seller
||I'll pay $200 for the bike - cash on the line.
|cash up/cash out
||count all the cash at the end of a business day
||After you cash up, put the money in the safe and lock it.
|cast a spell
||use charm or spiritual power to change people
||When Pavarotti sings, he casts a spell on his audience.
|cast your vote
||vote in an election, mark your ballot
||Before you cast your vote, think carefully about the issues.
|cat got your tongue
||why do you not speak? lose your tongue?
||Before I could reply, she said, "Cat got your tongue?"