Synonyms of bill in English

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See definition of bill

noun

1‘their bill came to £69’

SYNONYMS
invoice, account, statement, list of charges, tally
amount due
North American check
informal the damage
North American informal tab
British informal, dated shot
archaic reckoning, score

2‘the bill was passed by 189 votes to 108’

SYNONYMS
draft law, proposed legislation, proposal, measure
act, Act of Parliament

3‘she was top of the bill’

SYNONYMS
programme, programme of entertainment, listing, list, line-up
North American playbill
dated bill of fare

4‘a ten-dollar bill’

SYNONYMS
banknote, note
North American greenback

5‘he had been hard at work posting bills’

SYNONYMS
poster, advertisement, public notice, announcement
flyer, leaflet, circular, handout, handbill
British fly-poster
North American, Australian dodger
affiche
informal ad
British informal advert

verb

1‘we shall be billing them for the damage caused’

SYNONYMS
send an invoice to, invoice, charge, debit, send a statement to

2‘Goddard gave assurances that the concert would go ahead as billed’

SYNONYMS
advertise, promote, announce, post, give advance notice of, put up in lights
schedule, programme, timetable
North American slate

3‘he was billed as the new Sean Connery’

SYNONYMS
describe as, call, style, label, dub, designate, pronounce
promote as, publicize as, talk up as
informal hype as

Synonyms of bill in English

: bill1bill2

bill2


See definition of bill

noun

1‘a bird's bill’

SYNONYMS
beak
Scottish, Northern English neb
technical mandibles

2‘a view of Portland Bill’

SYNONYMS
promontory, headland, point, head, foreland, cape, peninsula, bluff, ness, naze, horn, spit, tongue
Scottish mull