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bill

slang A note of paper currency; a (dollar) bill. Usually used in plural constructions. Primarily heard in US. Any chance you could loan me a few bills so I can buy something for lunch? She handed me some bills and told me to go buy myself a sandwich.
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bill

verb
See billie
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In cases where a building is still on frontage and stores are metered properly, the commercial meters, while being read and billed by the DEE are called branch meters.
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For example, one group promised great potential revenues, but they billed so close to the edge that you could just feel the audits coming.
Nevertheless, these are firm assets and owners must invest capital to carry them until they are billed (for work in process) and collected (for accounts receivable).
While owners are on frontage they are not realizing that the I-Mon meter, (I-Monitor is the status that a meter is in while the property continues to be billed on frontage) has malfunctioned and is no longer registering.
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