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bill of exchangenoun [C]

uk   us   plural bills of exchange also bill, written abbreviation b/e
COMMERCE, FINANCE a document, used especially in international trade, that orders a person or organization to pay a particular amount of money at a particular time for goods or services: An exporter may obtain payment on an accepted bill of exchange before its due date by presenting the bill to his bank.
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