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shipping bill

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Definition of shipping bill in English:

noun

(In the UK) a form used by Customs and Excise before goods can be exported from the country or removed from a bonded warehouse.
Example sentences
  • The Appraiser thereafter signs and stamps both the copies of the shipping bill at the specified place.
  • The description of the product in various shipping bills are mentioned as per the statement attached to their letter.
  • But some people have been showing fake outbound shipping bills to claim these exemptions, said one customs house agent.

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