billing Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"billing" in British English

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billingnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈbɪl.ɪŋ/

billing noun [U] (REQUEST FOR PAYMENT)

the ​process of ​sendingpeople billsasking them to ​paymoneyowed: itemized (= ​detailed) billing

billing noun [U] (INFORMATION)

information, ​especially about a ​performance: Unfortunately, the show never lived up to (= was not as good as)its billing.star/top billing the ​topposition that someone is ​advertised as having in a show
(Definition of billing from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"billing" in Business English

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billingnoun

uk   us   /ˈbɪlɪŋ/
[U] ACCOUNTING, COMMERCE the ​process of ​sending someone a ​documentasking them to ​pay for ​goods or ​services that they have received: Vivian ​quit her ​job in the billing ​department. an ​electronic billing ​system
billings [plural] ACCOUNTING the ​value of ​sales by a ​company during a particular ​period: The ​company, with ​annual billings of about $700 million, also has ​offices in ​Europe. Please ​list your ​overallprojected monthly billings.
[C or U] the way in which something is ​advertised or described: billing as sth She has ​secured a billing as the "​topbusinesswoman of the ​year".
(Definition of billing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “billing”
in Chinese (Simplified) 要求付账…
in Turkish faturalandırma…
in Russian выставление счета…
in Chinese (Traditional) 要求付帳, 寄發帳單(要求付帳)…
in Polish rozliczenie, billing…
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