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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “bill”

bill

noun [C or S] (REQUEST FOR PAYMENT)
要求付帳
 
 
/bɪl/
a request for payment of money owed, or the piece of paper on which it is written
帳單
an electricity/gas/phone bill
電/煤氣/電話費帳單
They sent us a bill for the work they had done.
他們寄給我們索取工資的帳單。
She ran up (= caused herself to have) a huge phone bill talking to her boyfriend for hours.
由於與男友在電話聊天數小時,她的電話費大增。
They asked the waitress for the bill.
他們叫女侍者把帳單拿來。
Could we have the bill, please?
請替我們結帳好嗎?
Her mother agreed to foot (= pay) the bill.
她母親同意付帳單。
AccountingBills and invoices
(Definition of bill noun (REQUEST FOR PAYMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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