Definition of waybill in English:


Line breaks: way|bill
Pronunciation: /ˈweɪbɪl


A list of passengers or goods being carried on a vehicle: an air waybill a sea waybill
More example sentences
  • It quickly and accurately transforms the data on their cargo air waybills into a stream of financial and strategic information.
  • A big man in a cowboy hat, his fist full of invoices and waybills, had climbed down from the tractor and was walking over to the warehouse door.
  • A similar direction was printed clearly on the waybills that accompanied the shipment.

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