bill (one) for (something)

(redirected from bill you for)

bill (one) for (something)

To send someone an invoice for a good delivered or a service rendered. I wouldn't celebrate too much—if you didn't have to pay today, I'm sure they'll bill you for it later.
See also: bill

bill someone for something

to ask someone for payment for something in writing. Just bill me for the balance. She billed them for her expenses and then tried to deduct the expenses from her income tax.
See also: bill
References in periodicals archive ?
The DEP will catch up with you eventually and bill you for four years in one lump sum.