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What does hand in the till mean?


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hand in the till

To have one's hand in the till, means to steal from one's employer.

The word till refers to a drawer, small chest, or compartment for money, as in a store.

Another variation of this idiom is:
have one's fingers in the till.

Example(s):

The boss fired him because he was caught with his hand in the till.

This idiom is in the crime category


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