Back when coinage used to be made from precious metals like gold and silver, the value of the metal itself was used to guarantee the worth of the coin; some people didn't trust paper money, as inflation or war could quickly make it worthless.
These days, the idea has evolved into the idea of using money, including paper money, rather than a check or a credit card -- both of which have a higher risk of being fraudulent, or which can be more easily canceled after the sale. Money, once handed over, can't be taken back so easily.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This meant hard-pressed, in a difficulty or short of cash. Nobody likes being hard run.
The phrase cash till is a synonym for a cash register, i.e. they mean the same thing. The term "cash register" is more common in American English while "cash till" is more common in British English.
Perhaps that he is cold.
It is an expression or a phrase used to describe unconsciousness, dead or unfeeling, basically anything that is "cold"
"Hard on" means right on top of -- as in "hard on the heels" means right on top on one's heels, or behind one. The phrase "hard on" is also a slang term meaning that a man is sexually aroused.
always having problems
He had to work very hard when he was a child.
cold hard drizzle
It means it is very hard to start and keep running in cold weather.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This was yet another euphemism for death. You cashed in at the end of a poker game, exchanging your chips for cash.
If referring to a person, it means that they are mean, lack compassion or are selfish. Hence the phrase "cold hearted"
It mean he's getting money from the hard work he did
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This meant to pay in cash. You'd put your cash onto the plank or counter.
It means "having a tough time". an example "I would be hard pressed to make that payment today"
because there are mean cold hard hearted people in this word :l
The phrase oh bugger means that something was hard or the task was difficult.
a phrase that states how or what something of one is going through in a hard time.
work hard but not so hard that you become obsessed. the phrase was written by Benjamin Franklin
neither, it is just an expression meaning that is is raining really really hard!
The "dead" of winter means the very middle, where everything seems cold and dead.
The fast-paced, hard-working life of employment, business and work.
it means ur trying too hard
I am under the impression that it means to be asked for something, a favor or cash or a smoke etc.I am no expert on slang though.
As hard as nails (usually about a person) As hard as diamond As hard as rock