- See also Bill
- (countable) A bill is a piece of paper money; a banknote.
- I paid for my sandwich using a twenty-dollar bill.
- (countable) A bill is a piece of paper telling you what other people have done for you and how much you owe them.
- "Ask the waitress if we can have the "bill" now."
- (countable) A bird's bill is its beak (the hard mouth part).
- (countable) (law) A bill is a proposed law.
- The bill passed the Senate.
- (transitive) If you bill someone, you give or send them a bill.
- The shop billed me $100 for tickets.
- (transitive) If you bill a person or an event, you announce them.
- He was billed as "The Great Houdini".