private member's bill

noun

Definition of private member's bill

British

  1. :  a bill prepared or introduced in the British House of Commons by a member who is not a minister in the government

Word by Word Definitions

privateplay
  1. :  intended for or restricted to the use of a particular person, group, or class

    :  belonging to or concerning an individual person, company, or interest

    :  restricted to the individual or arising independently of others

  1. :  one not in public office

    :  privacy

    :  private parts

memberplay
  1. :  a body part or organ: such as

    :  limb

    :  penis

billplay
  1. :  the jaws of a bird together with their horny covering

    :  a mouthpart (as the beak of a turtle) that resembles a bird's bill

    :  the point of an anchor fluke — see anchor illustration

  1. :  to touch and rub bill to bill (see 1bill 1)

    :  to caress affectionately

  1. :  a weapon in use up to the 18th century that consists of a long staff ending in a hook-shaped blade

    :  billhook

  1. :  an itemized list or a statement of particulars (as a list of materials or of members of a ship's crew)

    :  a written document or note

    :  a formal petition

  1. :  to enter in an accounting system :  prepare a bill of (charges)

    :  to submit a bill (see 4bill 4a) of charges to

    :  to enter (as freight) in a waybill


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