bill (one) for (something)

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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.
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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.
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We are going to follow the women and ask them whether they underwent the procedure because in some cases, mothers give birth normally and the doctors bill us for emergency delivery," he added.
In the UK, the denationalisation programme of the 1980s created separate entities from power generators, to the National Grid, to transmission companies such as Northern Powergrid and the energy companies which bill us for our supplies.
While it is important to check with the doctor from time to time, it's not necessary to do as often as they would like to bill us for it.
Now, if we entrust you with one of our dollars, is it okay for you to spend it all on cupcakes for yourself and your pals and bill us for four more dollars?
WHY aren't l surprised to read that customers face paying pounds 350 for SmartMeters that will accurately bill us for electric and gas?
Asked about some of the extra effort given by Springfield Label, Edith responds: "They will run an economical quantity of labels and just ship and bill us for what we need, holding the balance of the inventory on their floor until we need it.
Meanwhile, God help us all when we have to shell out for our compulsory pounds 300 identity cards, which won't stop a single terrorist, along with the gizmos in our cars which will bill us for our mileage every month - and will inevitably get it wrong.
The premium lines are provided by 70 network operators who bill us for the calls made.
7 Register-Guard (after the election) that the West Eugene freeway, pushed by the Gang of Nine and their developer friends, will bill us for $100-plus million to shave off two minutes of driving time.
He said: "The council don't bill us for things that we owe.
They don't just turn on the service and try to bill us for every little modification.
Didn't he bill us for the security arrangements for his sightseeing trip around Liverpool with the then American Secretary of State, but had the Treasury pay for the same arrangements when they were in Blackburn, his home constituency?
This will be the first council to do this and we will be surprised if they do because there was a parade recently held in Broxburn with many of the same residents and they've not made any indication that they will bill us for that.