Definition of billing in English:

billing

Syllabification: bill·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈbiliNG
 
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noun

1The action or fact of publicizing or being publicized in a particular way: they can justify their billing as the American League favorites
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  • Though Johnson downplayed its significance coming in, the billing of this matchup as the Mariners past versus their future certainly gave him every reason to be fired up.
  • The last TV interview we did with Lemmon and Matthau - or Matthau and Lemmon, you decide the billing - was July of 1997.
  • At one time a top prospect with the New York Yankees, Spikes never lived up to the billing, but did have some productive seasons with the Cleveland Indians.
1.1Prominence in publicity, especially as an indication of importance: he shared top billing with his wife
2The process of making out or sending invoices: faster, more accurate order fulfillment and billing
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  • Personal digital assistants offer everything, from e-mail, word processing and time and billing to reading e-books and playing games.
  • Harvey Electronics had recently installed an IBM mainframe to do its own billing and bookkeeping and had more capacity than was needed.
  • Perlico will be taking orders for single billing from tomorrow and the product will be available from mid-October, according to managing director Iain MacDonald.
2.1The total amount of business conducted in a given time, especially that of an advertising agency: the account was worth about $2 million a year in billings
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  • By 2000, the WorldGroup had more than $20 billion in billings, triple the amount it had when Dooner took over in 1994.
  • The company said operating margins had improved on last year and added it had won £410m of new business billings during the first quarter.
  • The agency had reported billings of $3.4 billion in 2002.

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