cash in hand

cash in hand (not comparable)

  1. Receiving wages or salary directly in the form of cash, often without deducting tax.
    Many high school students get cash in hand jobs for extra pocket money.
  • French: black
  • Russian: нелега́льный

cash in hand (not comparable)

  1. In a manner receiving direct payment by cash, often without paying tax.
    I heard he's working at that restaurant cash in hand to pay the bills.
Translations Noun

cash in hand (uncountable)

  1. Direct payment by cash, as opposed to through a bank.
    This cash in hand will come in handy as spending money on my trip to Asia.
  2. Unbanked, undeposited monies.

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