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invoice

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɪnvɔɪs/ FINANCE
a document that lists things provided or work done, gives their cost, and asks for payment: raise/generate an invoice I raised an invoice for work done last year and use last month.issue/send/submit an invoice The supplier must issue an invoice for all taxable supplies. pay/settle an invoice
→  See also consignment invoice , electronic invoice , export invoice , false invoice , final invoice , original invoice , pro forma invoice , purchase invoice , sales invoice , tax invoice
Translations of “invoice”
in Korean 송장…
in Arabic فاتورة…
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 Spanish factura…
in Portuguese fatura…
in German die Warenrechnung…
in Catalan factura…
in Japanese 請求書…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发票, 费用清单…
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