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bill1

bill1

pronunciation:
bIl
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a written statement listing items or services and their cost.
Let's ask the waiter for the bill.I pay those bills monthly.
 
synonyms:
check, chit, invoice, statement, tab
similar words:
account payable, charge, cost, expense, fee, liability, reckoning, record, tabulation, tally
definition 2: a list of particulars, such as a menu, theater program, or outline of a plan.
synonyms:
agenda, docket, list, playbill, program, schedule
similar words:
calendar, catalogue, prospectus, roster
definition 3: a piece of paper money.
a ten-dollar bill
 
synonyms:
certificate, greenback, note
similar words:
currency, legal tender, money, silver certificate, tender
definition 4: a proposed law to be considered by a legislative body.
similar words:
act, law, legislation, plan, proposal, statute
 
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: billed, billing, bills
definition 1: to present an (invoice or statement of costs) to.
synonyms:
charge, invoice
definition 2: to enter, list, or make (a statement of costs) for.
synonyms:
enter, list, tabulate, tally
similar words:
inventory, reckon, schedule, total
definition 3: to advertise by public notice or announcement.
They billed her as the star of the play.
synonyms:
advertise, announce
similar words:
present, publicize
derivation: billable (adj.)
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