21/10/16 American and British Terminology related ‘Money’, ‘Cash’ and ‘Coins’
Formal a piece of paper money. The usual word is note.
(American) A banknote.
(American) Informal money.
Money in the form of notes and coins.
(British) money that is returned to you after you have paid for something, usually because you accept particular conditions.
To exchange a note or coin of high value for notes or coins of lower value.
a flat round piece of metal with special designs on it, used as money. A piece of money made from paper is called a banknote or a note.
(British) informal money.
Small coins that you have with you.
A piece of paper money.
A small amount of money in coins or notes that a business or organization keeps available to pay for small things.
(British) informal money in the form of coins or notes.
Coins of low value that you do not need, especially coins that you give to someone else.