Cash-and-carry meaning

kăsh'ən-kăr'ē
The definition of cash and carry is a sales policy or a method of purchase in which you must pay for your item immediately and you must take it with you.

An example of cash and carry is the structure of a garage sale.

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The policy of selling cash-and-carry goods.
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With cash payments and no deliveries.
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Operated on a cash-and-carry system.
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Attributive form of cash and carry.

Cash-and-carry arbitrage.

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A means by which someone pays for an item (i.e., does not purchase it on credit) and takes it (i.e., does not await delivery).
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(finance) A means by which someone purchases something and sells a future or forward based on it.
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Sold for cash, usually without delivery service.
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