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Pronunciation of Billed: Learn how to pronounce Billed in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word bill:

noun
1a printed or written statement of the money owed for goods or services:
the bill for their meal came to £17
2a draft of a proposed law presented to parliament for discussion:
a debate over the civil rights bill
3a programme of entertainment at a theatre or cinema:
she was top of the bill at America’s leading vaudeville house
4North American a banknote:
a ten-dollar bill
5a poster or handbill:
[as modifier]:
he has been hard at work bill posting in a poster and sticker campaign
verb
[with object]
1list (a person or event) in a programme:
they were billed to appear but did not show up
(bill someone/thing as) describe or advertise someone or something in a particular way:
he was billed as ‘the new Sean Connery’
2send a bill to (someone):
we shall be billing them for the damage caused
[with two objects]:
he had been billed £3,000 for his licence
charge (a sum of money):
we billed £400,000
Phrases

fit (or fill) the bill

be suitable for a particular purpose.
Derivatives

billable

adjective
Origin:

Middle English (denoting a written list or catalogue): from Anglo-Norman French bille, probably based on medieval Latin bulla ‘seal, sealed document’ (see also bull2):