cash and carry

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cash and carry (countable and uncountable, plural cash and carries)

  1. (uncountable) A means by which someone pays for an item (i.e., does not purchase it on credit) and takes it (i.e., does not await delivery).
  2. (uncountable, finance) A means by which someone purchases something and sells a future or forward based on it.
  3. (countable) A wholesale warehouse that sells goods exclusively or primarily to business customers, who pay on the spot in cash and carry the goods away themselves.