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Otras propuestas : billion, bill, billboard, billow
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bill

  
  ( bills    plural & 3rd person present)   ( billing    present participle)   ( billed    past tense & past participle  )
1       n-count   A bill is a written statement of money that you owe for goods or services.  
They couldn't afford to pay the bills..., He paid his bill for the newspapers promptly., ...phone bills.     
2       verb   If you bill someone for goods or services you have provided them with, you give or send them a bill stating how much money they owe you for these goods or services.  
no cont  
Are you going to bill me for this?      V n for n, Also V n  
3       n-sing   The bill in a restaurant is a piece of paper on which the price of the meal you have just eaten is written and which you are given before you pay.  
  (BRIT)   the N  
in AM, use check     
4       n-count   A bill is a piece of paper money.  
  (AM)   usu supp N  
...a large quantity of US dollar bills.     
in BRIT, use note     
5       n-count   In government, a bill is a formal statement of a proposed new law that is discussed and then voted on.  
usu sing, usu with supp  
This is the toughest crime bill that Congress has passed in a decade..., The bill was approved by a large majority.     
6       n-sing   The bill of a show or concert is a list of the entertainers who will take part in it.  
7       verb   If someone is billedto appear in a particular show, it has been advertised that they are going to be in it.  
usu passive  
She was billed to play the Red Queen in Snow White.      be V-ed to-inf  
   billing             n-uncount   usu with supp  
...their quarrels over star billing.     
8       verb   If you bill a person or event as a particular thing, you advertise them in a way that makes people think they have particular qualities or abilities.  
They bill it as Britain's most exciting museum.      V n as n  
9       n-count   A bird's bill is its beak.  
10   
    Private Member's Bill  
11    If you say that someone or something fits the bill or fills the bill, you mean that they are suitable for a particular job or purpose.  
fit the bill/fill the bill      phrase   V inflects  
If you fit the bill, send a CV to Rebecca Rees.     
12    If you have to foot the billfor something, you have to pay for it.  
foot the bill      phrase   V inflects  
Who is footing the bill for her extravagant holiday?     
Traducción diccionario Collins Ingles - Sinonimos  
Consulte también:

billion, bill, billboard, billow

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