bill noun translate English to Russian: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "bill" - English-Russian dictionary


noun [C]
PAYMENT A2 a piece of paper that tells you how much you must pay for something you have bought or for a service you have used
Have you paid the electricity bill?AccountingBills and invoices
LAW a written plan for a law
Parliament will vote today on whether to pass the reform bill.Legislation and law-making
MONEY US ( UK note) a piece of paper money
a five dollar billForms of money and methods of payment
ENTERTAINMENT UK what is on at a cinema or theatre
Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailingInformation and messages
BEAK a bird's beak
The head and neck of non-human animals
Translations of “bill”
in Arabic فاتورَة, حِساب, شيك…
in Korean 청구서, 계산서, 지폐…
in Malaysian paruh…
in French bec…
in Turkish fatura, kanun maddesi, kağıt para…
in Italian bolletta, conto, banconota…
in Chinese (Traditional) 要求付帳, 帳單…
in Polish rachunek, projekt ustawy, banknot…
in Vietnamese mỏ (chim)…
in Spanish pico…
in Portuguese nota, fatura, conta…
in Thai ปากนก…
in German der Schnabel…
in Catalan factura, compte, bitllet…
in Japanese 請求書, 勘定(書), (米)紙幣…
in Indonesian paruh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 要求付账, 账单…
(Definition of bill noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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