a bill: an invoice, a check (US); a banknote (US) noun
the billing (for services): the itemized invoice (for services) noun
to bill (someone): to request money (from someone) for goods or services verb
a (dollar) bill: a (dollar) banknote (US) noun
  • "Edward give me a 50-dollar bill!"
  • "Bill : I know how you feel."
  • "Bill : Yes."
  • "Bill : Believe me, this stock is hot!"
  • "Bill : Mr.Delavigne, if you start with 200 shares..."
  • "Bill : My name's Bill, and I'm a stockbroker for Potty and Pilchard Ltd."
  • "Bill : Mr. Delavigne, if you start with 200 shares..."
  • "Friday : To finish the week in style, our twisted tycoon was seen burning hundred dollar bills to light Cuban cigars in a Las Vegas night club."

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