pay the bill.
foot the bill.
pass a bill.
bill and coo.
1、It is a misleading fantasy to suggest that the bill can be implemented.
2、A few pence on the electricity bill is nothing compared with your security.
3、I pay tribute to the Minister for his sensitive handling of the bill.
4、When the bill came they knocked off ￡600 because of a little scratch.
5、He was forced to climb down over the central package in the bill.
BiLL作为名词的本意是：帐单, 钞票, 票据, 清单, 议案, 法案, 广告；作为动词的意思是：用海报宣传, 把...列成表, 给...开帐单。
BILL也通常被用作人名，是男子名, William 的昵称。
英 [bl] 美 [bl]
名词 账单; 清单; 钞票; 广告
及物动词 安排; 给…开账单; 为…发提(货)单; 把…登录在账
1. The House of Commons has not yet passed the bill.
2. The bill this week is too big for the Blacks to pay.
3. The store sent me a bill for $50.
1. The longtime Republican district fell to the Democrats Saturday when wealthy scientist and businessman Bill Foster snatched the seat in a closely watched special election.
2. Other hopefuls like columnist Arianna Huffington, businessman Bill Simon and porn publisher Larry Flynt cited investments or holdings in the millions.
3. The bill tallies the cost of a marriage from the wedding banquet to buying a house and furnishing it.
4. Presidents George Bush the elder and Bill Clinton have campaigned together on behalf of communities devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
5. A gentleman is supposed to act chivalrous and pick up the bill, not charge 50 yuan for a kiss.
6. The " current law " that Pick is referring to is DOMA, which was signed into federal law in September 1996 by then president Bill Clinton.
7. But she said if the bill isnt approved by then it doesnt mean the US isnt making progress in tackling global warming.
8. That will raise the countrys total electricity bill by billions of yuan this year, adding weight to inflation.
9. Opposition deputies brought proceedings to a halt inside the Ukrainian parliament on Thursday, when they staged an action against the bill about the basics of the language policy.
A bill is a written statement of money that you owe for goods or services.
e.g. They couldnt afford to pay the bills...
e.g. He paid his bill for the newspapers promptly.
If you bill someone for goods or services you have provided them with, you give or send them a bill stating how much money they owe you for these goods or services.
e.g. Are you going to bill me for this?
The bill in a restaurant is a piece of paper on which the price of the meal you have just eaten is written and which you are given before you pay.
A bill is a piece of paper money.
e.g. ...a large quantity of US dollar bills.
If someone is billed to appear in a particular show, it has been advertised that they are going to be in it.
e.g. She was billed to play the Red Queen in Snow White.