Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cashier"

The meaning of "Cashier" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I was hired as a cashier in the uptown branch of Brentano’s bookstore mean?
A: Yes. The store has many branches and they were hired at the one located uptown. Bretano’s is the name of the bookstore.
Q: What does I handed the cashier a $10 bill. mean?
A: You paid $10 dollars to the cashier.

A ten-dollar bill ($10 bill) is paper money, therefore it can be "handed to the cashier" (meaning it is passed or given).
Q: What does What did the cashier say when an old lady checked out a plant she had chosen? mean?
A: Lol this is not very clear but the cashier says "Oh no barcodes" as she scans and the next part is difficult to hear sorry
Q: What does Please present to cashier. mean?
A:
It means to give it to the cashier. Usually a coupon (a special paper used to save money) will have this printed on it.
Q: What does cashier and y'all mean?
A: A "cashier" is the person who works the cash register at a store.

"Y'all" is a contraction of "you" and "all". Mostly used in the southern United States.

"Ya'll seen the cashier?" = Have any of you seen the person I'm supposed to pay?

Example sentences using "Cashier"

Q: Please show me example sentences with when cashier ask "do you need a bag"
how do native speaker answer it?
"it's fine" or "it doesn't matter" both good? .
A: when the cashier asks you if you meed a bag and you already have your own bag, you can say " no thank you" or "no its alright" or "its fine"
however if you do need a bag, you can say "yes please"
Q: Please show me example sentences with cashier.
A: Customer: do you have change for $100?
Cashie: sorry, we don’t!
Customer: do you take checks?
Cashier: No we only take cash or credit/debt.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cashier.
A: I work as a cashier
I am a cashier

Synonyms of "Cashier" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between (cashier at bakery) Have you ordered yet? and (cashier at bakery) Have you settled on an order? ?
A: “Have you ordered yet?” The cashier is asking wether the customer has ordered already or not.
“Have you settled on an order?” The cashier wants to know if the customer has chosen a menu item and are ready to order.
Q: What is the difference between (cashier) How will you be paying? and (cashier) How would like to pay? ?
A: “How will you be paying?” would be a pretty casual way to ask this question. It would seem very natural, as many native English speakers use this phrase while working as a cashier.
Q: What is the difference between cashier and banker ?
A: A cashier works at a cash register and checks you out of a store. A teller works at the walk-up window of a bank and gives you money from your account. A banker works in management at a bank, and might lend you money.
Q: What is the difference between cashier and cash-register clerk and cash-register clerk ?
A: Cashier :
A cashier is a person who customers pay money to or get money from in places such as shops or banks.

Teller (in American English) :
A teller is someone who works in a bank and who customers pay money to or get money from.

Cash Register (a.k.a. register) :
A cash register is a machine in a shop, pub, or restaurant that is used to add up and record how much money people pay, and in which the money is kept.

Till ( in British English ) :
In a shop or other place of business, a till is a counter or cash register where money is kept, and where customers pay for what they have bought.

Till ( in American English ) :
A till is the drawer of a cash register, in which the money is kept.
e.g. He checked the register. There was money in the till.

Clerk :
A clerk is a person who works in an office, bank, or law court and whose job is to look after the records or accounts.

Clerk ( in American English ) :
A clerk is someone who works in a store.

Cash-Register Clerk :
It's the title of the person who operates a cash-register machine in a shop, pub, etc.

POS Machine :
POS is an abbreviation for 'point of sale'.
It is more like a small cash-register device on which you can swipe your credit card to pay for what you had bought.
Q: What is the difference between cashier and teller出纳员 ?
A: Cashier is someone who rings up your groceries. Teller is someone who you go in to talk to at a bank.

Translations of "Cashier"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say when you are going to the cashier in a gas station to pay for the gas?
(30 dollars for the number 3)?
(30 dollars to the number 3)?
What are the common ways to say it in complete or incomplete sentence and how to pronounce it?
A: aquí, depende la gasolinera, pero pagar antes diría:
"I'll take 30 dollars on number 3, please"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (At the cashier at the store)すみません、会計を間違えてしまいました。
A: Sorry, I made a mistake.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm a cashier in hospital. If doctor give order such as blood test for patient, they have to pay for these before taking blood or doing any order. I'm looking for a sentence that I can tell them formally this case. What is the sentence I can use?
A: Your (name of service) is (amount in currency), please.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? if a cashier asks you the following question which may not be not accurate phrase.
A: You can say 'I'm just looking'
見ているだけです
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when the cashier asks you "is plastics ok?" and you don't want the plastic bags and just want to carry the things you bought by your hand
A: You would just say: "I don't need a bag."

Other questions about "Cashier"

Q: How do you answer when cashier asks you phone number at the store?
Give me examples for both case you want to be a member and you don't want to.
A: If you want to be a member just give them the information they ask for.
If you do not want to be a member, some common replies:
“Not today.”
“No thank you/thanks.”
“I’m good.”
Q: At cashier, I want to help a customer to decrease coins in him wallet.
"May I help you to take coins?" does this sound natural?
A: When you are referring to another person's things, you would use the possessive tense.
In this case, instead of 'him wallet', you would use 'his wallet'. So when you are talking to the customer, you would say 'May I help you take 'your' coins?

'Your' would specify that you are talking about the coins in his wallet.
Q: When I went to the cashier paying, I found that l lost my wallet. does this sound natural?
A: I think sound more natural this way:

When I went to the cashier to pay. I realized that I had lost my wallet
Q: I used to work as a cashier at a drugstore.

I worked as a cashier at a drugstore. does this sound natural?
A: Both sentences are correct and natural sounding. :}
Q: I'll never go to her cashier place again to pay . does this sound natural?
A: you can say, I'll never go to her register again. She is the cashier and her station is the register. if you want to use cashier, you can say I will never go to that cashier to pay again.

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