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каса

BashkirEdit

Каса

EtymologyEdit

From Persian کاسه (kâse).

Compare with Kazakh, Kyrgyz кесе (kese), Turkish kâse, Turkmen käse, etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ka.ˈsa]
  • Hyphenation: ка‧са

NounEdit

каса (kasa)

  1. piyāla, a small bowl for tea

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BulgarianEdit

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NounEdit

каса (kásaf

  1. A box or a case, usually metal, used for storing money, jewellery or other valuable objects, a safe.
  2. A place or a booth in a restaurant, shop, bank, cinema, etc., where customers can pay or receive money, a cash desk, a clerk's desk, a ticket office, a box office.
  3. A cash register, a till.
  4. The supply of money amassed by an organization, the financial resources of an organization, funds, capital, bank.
  5. A box used to transport goods, such as bottles, a crate.
  6. An open case or structure made for admitting, enclosing, or supporting something, a frame (as in door frame and window frame).

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MacedonianEdit

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NounEdit

каса (kasaf

  1. cash register

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VerbEdit

каса (kasaimpf (perfective касне)

  1. (transitive) to bite

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Serbo-CroatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Turkish kasa, from Italian cassa, from Latin capsa.

NounEdit

ка̀са f (Latin spelling kàsa)

  1. safe
  2. cash register

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