Definition of billing
1 : advertising or public promotion (as of a product or personality); also : relative prominence of a name in such promotion got top billing
2 : total amount of business or investments (as of an advertising agency) within a given period
Recent Examples of billing from the Web
According to the complaint, Teale also described a proprietary website called Allergan Access where physicians, for an annual fee, would obtain advice on billing matters, human resources issues, marketing materials, and other information.
The agency that Scoppechio and two colleagues started in 1987 after breaking away from the old K. Shaver Advertising Inc. and grew billings to $128 million within a decade or so.
Both flags are given equal billing — a clear hint of Macron's pro-E.U. sentiment, which is likely to run into opposition from France's many Euroskeptics.
The difference this time around could be that Comcast and Charter agree to partner on logistics, billing, technology, etc.
Redden said the House would not contest the billing.
Opened two months ago in a standalone building near the Grapevine-Southlake border, Mughlai Fine Indian Cuisine is a restaurant that truly lives up to its billing.
Many nonprofit agencies are available to help with billing issues.
The ruling also requires game-makers to collect the 9 percent fee from gamers with billing addresses in Chicago, or be liable to pay the fee to the city themselves.
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Origin and Etymology of billing
First Known Use: 1875See Words from the same year
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