Sold for cash, usually without delivery service.(adjective)
The policy of selling cash-and-carry goods.(noun)
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Use "cash-and-carry" in a sentence
"India currently allows 100% foreign ownership in cash-and-carry stores that supply to small retailers, restaurants, hotels and other business outlets, but restricts foreign investment in single-brand retail to 51%."
"They are however allowed to bring in 100% foreign direct investment in the cash-and-carry business, which means they can independently run wholesale stores that supply to small stores, restaurants, hotels and other business outlets."
"The city's oldest cash-and-carry ice, dry ice, soda and beer house was established by his grandfather in 1935, when trucks delivered blocks of ice to homes to put in ice boxes."