UK [ˈkæʃləs] / US adjective
done without any exchange of cash

The use of credit cards is making us a cashless society.

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • cashless rollover — United Kingdom The repayment of a maturing loan or advance under a revolving facility by a rollover loan without any payment in cash having to be made. Following the insolvency of Lehman Brothers, many facility agreements (including the Loan… …   Law dictionary

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