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Cash And Carry ( you buy it and take it with you ... )

"Cash And Carry"

Cash and carry is when you buy the item and then you leave with it.

Example: "Sorry but there is nowhere to eat here. It is cash and carry."

Example: "There is no place to sit down and eat. It is cash and carry only."

Cash and carry means you pay for it and you take it with you.

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