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bill of salenoun [C]

uk   us   (plural bills of sale) ( abbreviation BS, abbreviation B/S)
COMMERCE, LAW a ​document showing that something has been ​sold by one ​person and is now ​owned by another ​person: Anyone who ​falsifies the ​status of cattle on a ​bill of ​sale may be ​fined $5,000 for each animal.
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