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Japanese translation of “bill”

bill

noun
 
/bɪl/
A2 a piece of paper that tells you how much you must pay for something
請求書
Have you paid the electricity bill?
A2 UK (US check) a piece of paper that shows how much you must pay for a meal in a restaurant
勘定(書)
Could I have the bill, please?
US (UK note) a piece of paper money
(米)紙幣
a five-dollar bill
(Definition of bill from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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