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invoice

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈɪn.vɔɪs/
a list of things provided or work done together with their cost, for payment at a later time: Invoices must be submitted by the 24th of every month.

invoice

verb [T] uk   us   /ˈɪn.vɔɪs/
to supply an invoice: We'll invoice you for parts and labour.
Translations of “invoice”
in Arabic فاتورة…
in Korean 송장…
in Malaysian invois…
in French facture…
in Turkish fatura…
in Italian fattura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發票, 費用清單…
in Russian счет-фактура…
in Polish faktura…
in Vietnamese hóa đơn…
in Spanish factura…
in Portuguese fatura…
in Thai ใบแจ้งราคาสินค้าที่ขายให้…
in German die Warenrechnung…
in Catalan factura…
in Japanese 請求書…
in Indonesian faktur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发票, 费用清单…
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