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trade bill

noun [C]
 
 
( also commercial bill) FINANCE, COMMERCE
a bill of exchange (= a document ordering someone to pay a particular amount at a particular time) that is used to pay for goods: If the trade bill is accepted, in effect the buyer is getting credit from the seller.
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