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1bill

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of BILL

1
a record of goods sold or services performed together with the costs due <why is the electric bill so high this month?>
2
a piece of printed paper used as money in the United States <the $20 bill has a picture of Andrew Jackson on the front>
3
a sheet bearing an announcement for posting in a public place <posted a bill advertising the new play>
Synonyms bill, placard
4
the amount owed at a bar or restaurant or the slip of paper stating the amount <although they were all working adults, their father still insisted on paying the bill whenever they went out to eat>
Synonyms bill, tab
5
a rule of conduct or action laid down by a governing authority and especially a legislature <the fair housing bill of the 1960s>
Near Antonyms higher law

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