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How to Pronounce bill?

Correct pronunciation for the word "bill" is [bˈɪl], [bˈɪl], [b_ˈɪ_l].

Definition of bill

  1. A short axe or hatchet with a hooked point; a kind of balbert or battle-axe.
  2. The beak of a bird.
  3. Written statement of particulars; an account; a promissory note; draft of a proposed law; an advertisement posted up. See Bull. A declaration in writing, expressing a wrong sustained or committed. Bill of credit, a document empowering another to receive money from a third party; a note issued on the credit of the state and passed as money. A bill of exchange, an order drawn on a person at a distance, requesting him to pay money to some person assigned by the drawer, in consideration of value received. A bill of entry, a written account of goods entered at the custom-house. A bill of sight, a provisional entry, at the custom-house, of goods respecting which the importer has not full information so as to describe them exactly. A bill of lading, a formal receipt signed by the master of a merchant vessel, acknowledging that he has received the goods specified in it on board his ship, and binding himself, under certain exceptions, to the safe delivery of them. Bill of parcels, an account of goods bought, with their prices given by the seller to the buyer; an invoice. A bill of sale, a written conveyance of certain goods, therein named, by a debtor to a creditor, authorizing him to dispose of the same if his debt be not paid according to the terms of the contract. A bill of health, a certificate from the proper authorities as to the state of health of a ship's company at the time of her leaving port. A bill of mortality, an account of the number of deaths in a place in a given time. A bill of rights, a summary of rights and privileges claimed by a people. A bill of divorce, in the Jewish law, a writing given by the husband to the wife, by which the marriage relation was dissolved. A true bill, a declaration by a grand jury that the evidence against a prisoner is sufficient to warrant a trial.
  4. To caress, as doves, by joining bills; to fondle.

Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language By Nuttall, P.Austin

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What is the present tense of Bill?

  • The personal forms of the verb "bill" in the present tense are:

  • 1. I bill

  • 2. You bill

  • 3. He/She/It bills

  • 4. We bill

  • 5. You (plural) bill

  • 6. They bill
  • What is the past tense of Bill?

  • The personal forms of the verb "bill" in the past tense are as follows:

  • - I billed

  • - You billed

  • - He/she/it billed

  • - We billed

  • - You billed

  • - They billed
  • What is the adverb for bill?

    The adverb for the word "bill" is "billably".

    What is the adjective for bill?

    The adjective form of the word "bill" is "billed".

    Usage over time for bill:

    This graph shows how "bill" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

    What is the plural form of bill?

    The plural of the "bill" can be the "bills".

    What is the singular form of bill?

    The singular of the "bill" can be the "bill".

    Synonyms for Bill:


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