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cash out

Medical practice A popular term referring to the translation of intangible and/or inaccessible assests into cash at current prices, as may occur when a physician sells his office practice Vox populi To sell any interest in an enterprise
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If this scheme works, and if benefits end as scheduled in 2000, it represents a partial cash out. Programs for nonexport competing crops, such as sugar and peanuts, remain in place.
But the girls still know how to charm more cash out of friends and relatives.
Property owners or business owners in need of an immediate cash infusion can refinance real estate with first, second or mezzanine loans in order to "cash out" equity.