Übersetzung von “bill” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

bill

noun countable bill /ɪl/
a written statement of money owed
facture feminine

to pay the electricity bill
payer la facture d'électricité
a piece of paper money
billet masculine

a ten dollar bill
un billet de dix dollars
a proposal for a law in Congress, Parliament, etc.
projet masculine de loi

to vote on the energy bill
voter pour le projet de loi sur l'énergie

to pass the bill into law
voter le projet de loi
a check in a restaurant
addition feminine

Can I have the bill, please?
Puis-je avoir l'addition, s'il vous plaît ?
a bird's beak
bec masculine

a duck's bill
un bec de canard

bill

verb transitive bill /bɪl/
to send a written statement asking for money owed
facturer , envoyer la facture

They billed me for two subscriptions.
Ils m'ont facturé deux abonnements.

bill as

verb phrasal bill as [ ˈbɪl ˌæz ]
advertised or described in a particular way
annoncer

The train was billed as "the world's fastest".
Le train était annoncé comme "le plus rapide au monde".

(Übersetzung von “bill” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

bill

noun /bil/

a bird’s beak

bec
a bird with a yellow bill.

bill

noun /bil/

an account of money owed for goods etc

facture
an electricity bill.

(American) a banknote

billet
a five-dollar bill.

a poster used for advertising.

affiche
billboard noun

a large board on which advertising posters are displayed

panneau d’affichage
His job is to stick posters on the billboard.
billfold noun

(American) a wallet

portefeuille
a billfold full of dollars.
fill the bill

to be suitable; to be exactly what is required

faire l’affaire
We are looking for a new car and this will fill the bill.

(Übersetzung von “bill” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)