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Meaning of “bill” - Learner’s Dictionary

bill

noun [C]     /bɪl/
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
the particular entertainment being shown at a cinema or theatreAdvertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailingInformation and messages
BEAK
a bird's beakThe head and neck of non-human animals
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