Bill

Bill,

Definition of Bill:

  1. List (a person or event) in a program.

  2. A draft of a proposed law presented to parliament for discussion.

  3. Draft of a proposed statute (Act Of Parliament) which must be approved by both houses of the legislature and signed by the Head Of State (such as a President) to become a law.

  4. Short name for bill of exchange which is a partys order to another party to pay a certain sum on a certain date.

  5. A banknote; a piece of paper money.

  6. Short name for bill of exchange, bill of lading, or treasury bill.

  7. Short name for due-bill which is a statement of money owed in securities trading.

  8. An amount of money owed for goods supplied or services rendered, set out in a printed or written statement of charges.

  9. A poster or handbill.

  10. Document evidencing one partys indebtedness to another, such as an invoice.

  11. A program of entertainment, especially at a theater.

  12. Send a note of charges to (someone).

Phonetic Pronunciation of Bill

/bil/

Origin of word Bill

Old English bil, of West Germanic origin; related to German Bille ‘axe’.

Synonyms of Bill

CD, Federal Reserve note, IOU, MO, Acceptance, Acceptance bill, Account, Accounts payable, Accounts receivable, Act, Advertise, Affiche, Affidavit, Agenda, Allegation, Allowance, Amount due, Antlia, Assessment, Assignat, Bad debts, Ballyhoo, Bank acceptance, Bank check, Bank note, Banknote, Bark, Batting order, Be a gas, Be a hit, Beak, Beezer, Benefit, Bill of account, Bill of complaint, Bill of draft, Bill of exchange, Bill of fare, Bill of lading, Bills, Blackmail, Blank check, Blood money, Blueprint, Bomb, Bone, Book, Books, Boost, Borrowing, Breakwater, Buck, Budget, Bugle, Build up, Bulletin, Bylaw, Calendar, Call, Call in, Canon, Cape, Card, Carte, Carte du jour, Certificate, Certificate of deposit, Certified check, Charge, Charges, Check, Checkbook, Cheque, Chersonese, Chits, Circularize, Claim, Clause, Commercial paper, Companion bills amendment, Complaint, Conk, Coral reef, Cry up, Damage, Debenture, Debt, Debut, Declaration, Decree, Delta, Demand bill, Demand draft, Demand payment, Deposition, Dictate, Dictation, Docket, Dollar bill, Draft, Dragnet clause, Dramatize, Due, Due bill, Dues, Dun, Edict, Emolument, Enacting clause, Enactment, Entertainment, Escalator clause, Establish, Exchequer bill, Exhibit, Exhibition, Fail, Farewell performance, Feature, Fee, Fiat money, Financial commitment, Fish, Flesh show, Floating debt, Flop, Folding money, Footing, Foreland, Form, Formality, Formula, Formulary, Fractional note, Frogskin, Funded debt, Give a write-up, Give publicity, Government note, Handbill, Head, Headland, Headline, Hold-up bill, Hook, Hush money, Indebtedness, Indebtment, Initiation fee, Institution, Invoice, Iron man, Itemized bill, Jaws, Joker, Jus, Law, Ledger, Legal-tender note, Legislation, Letter of credit, Lex, Liability, Libel, Line up, Lineup, List of agenda, Make a hit, Manifest, Maturity, Measure, Melodramatize, Menu, Mileage, Money order, Motion, Mount, Muffle, Mull, Muzzle, Nares, Narratio, National bank note, National debt, Naze, Neb, Negotiable instrument, Negotiable note, Ness, Nib, Nolle prosequi, Nonsuit, Nose, Nostrils, Note, Note of hand, Nozzle, Obligation, Olfactory organ, Omnibus bill, Open, Open a show, Ordinance, Ordonnance, Outstanding debt, Paper, Paper money, Peak, Pecker, Peninsula, Performance, Placard, Playbill, Pledge, Plug, Point, Post, Post bills, Post up, Postal order, Premiere, Prescript, Prescription, Present, Presentation, Presentment, Press-agent, Preview, Privileged question, Proboscis, Produce, Production, Program, Program of operation, Programma, Promissory note, Promontory, Promote, Prospectus, Protocol, Proviso, Public debt, Publicize, Puff, Put on, Question, Reckoning, Reef, Regulation, Retainer, Retaining fee, Rhinarium, Rider, Roster, Rostrum, Rubric, Rule, Ruling, Sandspit, Saving clause, Scenarize, Schedule, Schnozzle, Score, Scot, Scrip, Sell, Send a statement, Set the stage, Shinplaster, Show, Sight bill, Sight draft, Skin, Slate, Smacker, Smeller, Snoot, Snout, Spiel, Spit, Spur, Stage, Stage presentation, Standing order, Star, Statement, Statement of facts, Statute, Stipend, Succeed, Swan song, Tab, Tabulation, Tally, Theatrical performance, Theatricalize, Time bill, Time draft, Tongue, Trade acceptance, Treasury bill, Treasury note, Tribute, Trunk, Try out, Tryout, Uncollectibles, Unfulfilled pledge, Voucher, Warrant, Write up, Draft law, Proposed legislation, Proposal, Measure, Programme, Programme of entertainment, Listing, List, Line-up, Invoice, Account, Statement, List of charges, Tally, Banknote, Note, Poster, Advertisement, Public notice, Announcement, Advertise, Promote, Announce, Post, Give advance notice of, Put up in lights, Send an invoice to, Invoice, Charge, Debit, Send a statement to

How to use Bill in a sentence?

  1. A debate over the civil rights bill.
  2. The circus promoters were posting bills all over town.
  3. The bill for their meal came to $17.
  4. I had to deliver a hand written bill to the homeowner so we could get the contractor paid for his service timely.
  5. She was top of the bill at Americas leading vaudeville house.
  6. The bill came to the table where the family was seated they were a large group so the tip was already calculated in the total amount due at the bottom of the bill .
  7. Im gonna send you the bill to pay for my medical expenses if we get injured because you are driving too crazy.
  8. A ten-dollar bill.
  9. They were billed to appear but didnt show up.
  10. We shall be billing them for the damage caused.

Meaning of Bill & Bill Definition