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bill1

noun

  • 1 their bill came to £69
    invoice, account, statement, list of charges, tally;
    amount due;
    North American check
    informal the damage
    North American informal tab
    British informal , dated shot
    archaic reckoning, score
  • 2 the bill was passed by 189 votes to 108
    draft law, proposed legislation, proposal, measure;
  • 3 she was top of the bill
    North American playbill
    dated bill of fare
  • 4North American a ten-dollar bill
    North American greenback
  • 5 he had been hard at work posting bills
    poster, advertisement, public notice, announcement;
    British fly-poster;
    North American & Australian dodger;
    Frenchaffiche
    informal ad
    British informal advert
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  • 1 we shall be billing them for the damage caused
    send an invoice to, invoice, charge, debit, send a statement to
  • 2 Goddard gave assurances that the concert would go ahead as billed
    advertise, promote, announce, post, give advance notice of, put up in lights;
    schedule, programme, timetable;
    North American slate
  • 3 he was billed as the new Sean Connery
    describe as, call, style, label, dub, designate, pronounce;
    promote as, publicize as, talk up as
    informal hype as
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    bill2

    noun

  • 1 a bird's bill
    Scottish & Northern English neb
    technical mandibles
  • 2 a view of Portland Bill
    promontory, headland, point, head, foreland, cape, peninsula, bluff, ness, naze, horn, spit, tongue;
    Scottish mull
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