bill

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations'bill', 'Bill': /ˈbɪl/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/bɪl/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(bil)


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bill

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [a big, an expensive, an exorbitant] bill
  2. the bill was [exorbitant, astronomical, very high]
  3. pay the [phone, electricity, gas] bill
  4. a [10] -dollar bill
  5. [need to, didn't] pay the bills
  6. [I will, let me] get the bill
  7. the bill for the [meal, delivery]
  8. pay the bill
  9. pay your energy bills (online)
  10. how much was the bill?
  11. could we have the bill, please?
  12. can you [bring, give] me the bill?
  13. [would you like, do you need] a copy of the bill?
  14. (let's) split the bill (between us)
  15. go Dutch on the bill
  16. we had to foot their [gas] bill
  17. your bill of [sale, purchase]
  18. a [house, senate, budget, marriage] bill
  19. a proposed bill [on, concerning, affecting]
  20. the bill is in the [house]
  21. the bill [went through, was passed]
  22. [pass, amend, propose] a bill
  23. is [sponsoring, supporting] the bill
  24. make the bill into a law
  25. the Bill of Rights
  26. a bill in congress
  27. a bill to [amend, provide, authorize, establish]
  28. the bill [would, will also] amend
n as adj
  1. bill payments
v
  1. bill the [client, company, customer]
  2. bill them for (the) [services, products, delivery]
  3. billed him for my [time, services]
  4. billed at a rate of
  5. billed at the time of purchase
  6. billed [directly, automatically, monthly, separately]
  7. billed [in error, by mistake]
  8. billed to your [account, checking account, credit card]
  9. charges billed to your [account]
  10. [is, will be] (automatically) billed to
  11. [will, should, can, might] be billed
  12. billed to [play, become, perform]
  13. was billed to [play] the [lead, supporting] role
  14. billed as a [member, student, employee]
  15. [has been, was] billed as the [first, greatest, most]
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