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1 bill /ˈbɪl/ noun
plural bills
1 bill
/ˈbɪl/
noun
plural bills
Learner's definition of BILL
[count]
: a document that says how much money you owe for something you have bought or used
compare bill of sale
: a written description of a new law that is being suggested and that the lawmakers of a country, state, etc., must vote to accept before it becomes law
also : such a bill after it has become a law see also bill of rights
chiefly US : a piece of paper money
called also (British) note
: a written or printed advertisement that is used to announce a play, movie, or concert to the public and to list the names of the performers

fill the bill

or fit the bill
: to be exactly what is needed : to be suitable

foot the bill

see 2foot

give (someone or something) a clean bill of health

: to officially say that someone is healthy or that something is working correctly
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2 bill /ˈbɪl/ verb
bills; billed; billing
2 bill
/ˈbɪl/
verb
bills; billed; billing
Learner's definition of BILL
[+ object]
: to send a bill to (someone or something) : to provide (a person, business, organization, etc.) with a statement that says how much money is owed for something that has been bought or used
: to describe (someone or something) as a particular thing so that people will like or want that person or thing usually used as (be) billed
see also billing
: to officially say that someone is going to do something usually used as (be) billed
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3 bill /ˈbɪl/ noun
plural bills
3 bill
/ˈbɪl/
noun
plural bills
Learner's definition of BILL
[count]
US : the part of a cap that sticks out in front : the visor of a hat
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4 bill /ˈbɪl/ verb
bills; billed; billing
4 bill
/ˈbɪl/
verb
bills; billed; billing
Learner's definition of BILL

bill and coo

old-fashioned
: to kiss and talk quietly
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