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Definition of "bills" []

  • Money owed for goods or services supplied (noun)
  • A written or printed account or statement of money owed (noun)
  • Such an account for food and drink in a restaurant, hotel, etc (noun)
  • Any printed or written list of items, events, etc, such as a theatre programme (noun)
  • A statute in draft, before it becomes law (noun)
  • A printed notice or advertisement; poster (noun)
  • A piece of paper money; note (noun)
  • Any document (noun)
  • To send or present an account for payment to (a person) (verb)
  • To enter (items, goods, etc) on an account or statement (verb)
  • To advertise by posters (verb)
  • To schedule as a future programme (verb)
  • Plural form of bill. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bill. (verb)

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Use "bills" in a sentence
  • "You are in big financial trouble, you have only a $10 bill to your name, but your favorite congressman (whom you have given $10 bills to in the past) has given you the okay to erase that number 10 on the $bills and put whatever number on it you feel is "reasonable"."
  • "The Senate and the house of representatives shall each of them have power to originate and amend bills; save only that bills for levying money * bills* shall be originated and amended by the representatives only: the assent of both houses shall be requisite to pass a law."
  • "The PBOC had let the three-year bill yield drop 7 bps during the period from early April through early June as investors shifted buying into longer-term bills from the short end due to their higher returns."