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billing

noun
 
 
/ˈbɪlɪŋ/
[U] ACCOUNTING, COMMERCE the process of sending someone a document asking them to pay for goods or services that they have received: Vivian quit her job in the billing department. an electronic billing system →  See also itemized billing , reverse billing
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 overall projected monthly billings.
[C or U] the way in which something is advertised or described: billing as sth She has secured a billing as the "top businesswoman of the year".
Translations of “billing”
in Chinese (Traditional) 要求付帳, 寄發帳單(要求付帳)…
in Russian выставление счета…
in Turkish faturalandırma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 要求付账…
in Polish rozliczenie, billing…
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