Translation of billete in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1 1.1 [Finanzas] bill (especialmente inglés norteamericano/especially American English) note (inglés británico/British English) billete chico or pequeño small denomination bill o/or note billete grande large denomination bill o/or note ¿no tiene un billete más chico? don't you have anything smaller? colecciona billetes viejos he collects old banknotes 1.2 (Andes) (Venezuela) [familiar/colloquial], (dinero) money, dough [familiar/colloquial] trabaja aquí por el puro billete she only works here for the money o/or dough billete chico (Chile) [familiar/colloquial], gana el billete chico he earns a pittance o/or next to nothing billete grande (Chile) [familiar/colloquial], ando con billete grande I've got plenty of money [familiar/colloquial] cargado al billete (Chile) [familiar/colloquial] flush [familiar/colloquial]
- 2 2.1 (de lotería, rifa) ticket 2.2 (España/Spain) (de avión, barco, bus, tren) ticket reservar/sacar/pagar un billete to book/get/pay for a ticket 2.3 (España/Spain) (de museo, cine, circo) ticket no hay billetes sold out medio1
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