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bill   [1]  
      n  
1    money owed for goods or services supplied  
an electricity bill     
2    a written or printed account or statement of money owed  
3      (Chiefly Brit)   such an account for food and drink in a restaurant, hotel, etc,   (Usual U.S. and Canadian word)    check  
4    any printed or written list of items, events, etc., such as a theatre programme  
who's on the bill tonight?     
5    fit or fill the bill  
Informal   to serve or perform adequately  
6    a statute in draft, before it becomes law  
7    a printed notice or advertisement; poster  
8      (U.S. and Canadian)   a piece of paper money; note  
9       an obsolete name for       promissory note  
10      (Law)      See       bill of indictment  
11       See       bill of exchange  
12       See       bill of fare  
13    Archaic   any document  
      vb   tr  
14    to send or present an account for payment to (a person)  
15    to enter (items, goods, etc.) on an account or statement  
16    to advertise by posters  
17    to schedule as a future programme  
the play is billed for next week     
     (C14: from Anglo-Latin billa, alteration of Late Latin bulla document, bull3)  
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bill

  
[2]  
      n  
1    the mouthpart of a bird, consisting of projecting jaws covered with a horny sheath; beak. It varies in shape and size according to the type of food eaten and may also be used as a weapon  
2    any beaklike mouthpart in other animals  
3    a narrow promontory  
Portland Bill     
4      (Nautical)   the pointed tip of the fluke of an anchor  
      vb   intr     (esp. in the phrase bill and coo)  
5    (of birds, esp. doves) to touch bills together  
6    (of lovers) to kiss and whisper amorously  
     (Old English bile; related to bill bill3)  

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bill   [3]  
      n  
1    a pike or halberd with a narrow hooked blade  
2       short for       billhook  
     (Old English bill sword, related to Old Norse bildr instrument used in blood-letting, Old High German bil pickaxe)  

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bill   [4]  
      n     (Ornithol)      another word for       boom   1       4  
     (C18: from dialect beel bell2 (vb))  

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billhook  
      n   a cutting tool with a wooden handle and a curved blade terminating in a hook at its tip, used for pruning, chopping, etc,   (Also called)    bill         


accommodation bill  
      n     (Commerce)   a bill of exchange cosigned by a guarantor: designed to strengthen the acceptor's credit  
bank bill  
      n  
1      (Also called)    bank draft   a bill of exchange drawn by one bank on another         
2      (Also called)    bankers bill     (U.S.)   a banknote  
bill   [1]  
      n  
1    money owed for goods or services supplied  
an electricity bill     
2    a written or printed account or statement of money owed  
3      (Chiefly Brit)   such an account for food and drink in a restaurant, hotel, etc,   (Usual U.S. and Canadian word)    check  
4    any printed or written list of items, events, etc., such as a theatre programme  
who's on the bill tonight?     
5    fit or fill the bill  
Informal   to serve or perform adequately  
6    a statute in draft, before it becomes law  
7    a printed notice or advertisement; poster  
8      (U.S. and Canadian)   a piece of paper money; note  
9       an obsolete name for       promissory note  
10      (Law)      See       bill of indictment  
11       See       bill of exchange  
12       See       bill of fare  
13    Archaic   any document  
      vb   tr  
14    to send or present an account for payment to (a person)  
15    to enter (items, goods, etc.) on an account or statement  
16    to advertise by posters  
17    to schedule as a future programme  
the play is billed for next week     
     (C14: from Anglo-Latin billa, alteration of Late Latin bulla document, bull3)  
bill   [2]  
      n  
1    the mouthpart of a bird, consisting of projecting jaws covered with a horny sheath; beak. It varies in shape and size according to the type of food eaten and may also be used as a weapon  
2    any beaklike mouthpart in other animals  
3    a narrow promontory  
Portland Bill     
4      (Nautical)   the pointed tip of the fluke of an anchor  
      vb   intr     (esp. in the phrase bill and coo)  
5    (of birds, esp. doves) to touch bills together  
6    (of lovers) to kiss and whisper amorously  
     (Old English bile; related to bill bill3)  
bill   [3]  
      n  
1    a pike or halberd with a narrow hooked blade  
2       short for       billhook  
     (Old English bill sword, related to Old Norse bildr instrument used in blood-letting, Old High German bil pickaxe)  
bill   [4]  
      n     (Ornithol)      another word for       boom   1       4  
     (C18: from dialect beel bell2 (vb))  
bill broker  
      n   a person whose business is the purchase and sale of bills of exchange  
bill of adventure  
      n   a certificate made out by a merchant to show that goods handled by him and his agents are the property of another party at whose risk the dealing is done  
bill of attainder  
      n   (formerly) a legislative act finding a person guilty without trial of treason or felony and declaring him attainted  
   See also       attainder       1  
bill of exchange  
      n   (now chiefly in foreign transactions) a document, usually negotiable, containing an instruction to a third party to pay a stated sum of money at a designated future date or on demand  
bill of fare  
      n      another name for       menu  
bill of health  
      n  
1    a certificate, issued by a port officer, that attests to the health of a ship's company  
2    clean bill of health         
Informal  
a    a good report of one's physical condition  
b    a favourable account of a person's or a company's financial position  
bill of indictment  
      n     (Criminal law)   a formal document accusing a person or persons of crime, formerly presented to a grand jury for certification as a true bill but now signed by a court official  
bill of lading  
      n   (in foreign trade) a document containing full particulars of goods shipped or for shipment,   (Usual U.S. and Canadian name)    waybill  
bill of quantities  
      n   a document drawn up by a quantity surveyor providing details of the prices, dimensions, etc., of the materials required to build a large structure, such as a factory  
Bill of Rights  
      n  
1    an English statute of 1689 guaranteeing the rights and liberty of the individual subject  
2    the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, added in 1791, which guarantee the liberty of the individual  
3    (in Canada) a statement of basic human rights and freedoms enacted by Parliament in 1960  
4    usually not caps   any charter or summary of basic human rights  
bill of sale  
      n     (Law)   a deed transferring personal property, either outright or as security for a loan or debt  
Buffalo Bill  
      n   nickname of William Frederick Cody. 1846--1917, U.S. showman who toured Europe and the U.S. with his famous Wild West Show  
crow-bill  
      n   a type of forceps used to extract bullets, etc., from wounds  
demand bill   , draft  
      n   a bill of exchange that is payable on demand,   (Also called)    sight bill         
double bill  
      n   a programme or event with two main items  
due bill  
      n     (Chiefly U.S)   a document acknowledging indebtedness, exchangeable for goods or services  
finance bill  
      n   a legislative bill providing money for the public treasury  
foreign bill   , draft  
      n   a bill of exchange that is drawn in one country and made payable in another: used extensively in foreign trade  
   Compare       inland bill  
hybrid bill  
      n   (in Parliament) a public bill to which the standing orders for private business apply; a bill having a general application as well as affecting certain private interests  
inland bill  
      n   a bill of exchange that is both drawn and made payable in the same country  
   Compare        foreign bill         
Old Bill  
      n     (Brit)  
slang  
1    a policeman  
2    functioning as pl; preceded by: the   policemen collectively or in general  
     (C20: of uncertain origin: perhaps derived from the World War I cartoon of a soldier with a drooping moustache)  
private bill  
      n   a bill presented to Parliament or Congress on behalf of a private individual, corporation, etc.  
private member's bill  
      n   a public bill introduced in the House of Commons by a private member  
public bill  
      n   (in Parliament) a bill dealing with public policy that usually applies to the whole country  
   Compare        private bill              hybrid bill  
Reform Bill   , Act  
      n     (Brit. history)   any of several bills or acts extending the franchise or redistributing parliamentary seats, esp. the acts of 1832 and 1867  
short bill  
      n   a bill of exchange that is payable at sight, on demand, or within less than ten days  
show bill  
      n   a poster advertising a play or show,   (Also called)    show card  
sight bill   , draft  
      n      variants of        demand bill         
trade bill  
      n   a bill of exchange drawn on and accepted (trade acceptance) by a trader in payment for goods  
Treasury bill  
      n   a short-term noninterest-bearing obligation issued by the Treasury, payable to bearer and maturing usually in three months, within which it is tradable on a discount basis on the open market  
true bill  
      n     (Criminal law)   (formerly in Britain; now only U.S.) the endorsement made on a bill of indictment by a grand jury certifying it to be supported by sufficient evidence to warrant committing the accused to trial  
twin bill  
      n     (U.S)      an informal name for       double feature       double-header       2  

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bill

  
[1]  
      n  
1    account, charges, invoice, note of charge, reckoning, score, statement, tally  
2    advertisement, broadsheet, bulletin, circular, handbill, handout, leaflet, notice, placard, playbill, poster  
3    agenda, card, catalogue, inventory, list, listing, programme, roster, schedule, syllabus  
4    measure, piece of legislation, projected law, proposal  
      vb  
5    charge, debit, figure, invoice, reckon, record  
6    advertise, announce, give advance notice of, post  

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bill   [2]  
      n   beak, mandible, neb     (archaic or dialect)   nib  

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bill and coo exp.
cuddle
used also as an adjective to suggest that something is suitable for a romantic experience: bill and coo hotel; bill and coo restaurant

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