cash desk


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cash desk

a counter or till in a shop where purchases are paid for
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When I brought this to the attention of the cash desk attendant, he just replied: It is not my problem, I just take the money.
Eva spent her earlier years working on the cash desk of a cinema in Treforest which was run by the family of husband Cyril Attwell.
A dedicated accessories and cash desk room will follow from the entrance hallway before leading into the room at the rear of the store, highlighted with a grand chandelier, timber paneled walls and antique furniture, showcasing the sports, casual and kids' collections.
Finally, shoppers can buy their chosen footwear via a tablet based checkout as well as from the cash desk and have them delivered to their home.
Officers said a man entered Corals Bookmakers in Swansea's High Street through the main front door and approached the cash desk brandishing a black-handled kitchen knife.
Imagine his surprise at the cash desk when he was asked to pay three shillings.
The cash desk worker pleaded guilty to theft and was yesterday jailed for 12 months.
While I was still looking at Princess outfits and girly toys, he was at the cash desk paying for a Bob the Builder set for her
Bailey, who was brandishing what was described as a mini-sword or a dagger with a 12in blade, stayed by the tills as baseball bat wielding Harris jumped over Mr Vizor's cash desk.
The proportion of customers that had to use a signature rather than inputting their PIN at the cash desk was higher than forecast.
A picnic lunch from Marks & Spencer in Argyle Street shouldn't be a problem as the store has a euro cash desk on every floor.
Kirill Gorynya, CEO of Synqera, explains: "The cash desk, although an inevitable part of the retail experience, can sometimes be viewed negatively by customers.