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  • n.比尔;法案;【法】起诉书;账单
  • v.填报;填(表);(以传单,广告等)宣布;开账单给…
  • 网络接吻;发出账单;列在帐单上的
复数:bills  现在分词:billing  过去式:billed  
  • pay bill,foot bill,pass bill,get bill,settle bill
  • controversial bill,congressional bill,same bill
  • v.
  • promote,portray,publicize,hype,advertise
  • n.
  • statement,demand,beak,mouth,poster
  • 1.

    比尔

    2.

    账单;清单

    3.

    报单,贴条,招贴,告白,传单,广告;戏单,戏报

    4.

    〔美国〕纸币;〔美俚〕百元钞票

    5.

    嘴状岬

    6.

    鹤嘴锄;钩镰;钩状戟

    7.

    (水禽等细长而扁平的)嘴

    8.

    锚爪

    9.

    (欧洲中世纪步兵用的)长柄矛

    10.

    【商业】证券;汇票,支票,票据;凭单

    1.

    比尔

    2.

    账单;清单

    3.

    报单,贴条,招贴,告白,传单,广告;戏单,戏报

    4.

    〔美国〕纸币;〔美俚〕百元钞票

    5.

    嘴状岬

    6.

    鹤嘴锄;钩镰;钩状戟

    7.

    (水禽等细长而扁平的)嘴

    8.

    锚爪

    9.

    (欧洲中世纪步兵用的)长柄矛

    10.

    【商业】证券;汇票,支票,票据;凭单

    1.

    开帐单;报帐

    2.

    开账单给…

    3.

    (以传单、广告等)宣布,贴海报

    4.

    (鸽子似地)接嘴,亲嘴,接吻

    5.

    填报;填(表),把…列成表

    6.

    亲热,爱抚

    1.

    开帐单;报帐

    2.

    开账单给…

    3.

    (以传单、广告等)宣布,贴海报

    4.

    (鸽子似地)接嘴,亲嘴,接吻

    5.

    填报;填(表),把…列成表

    6.

    亲热,爱抚

    1.

    one hundred dollars, or a piece of paper money worth one hundred dollars

    2.

    a written statement of how much money is owed for items purchased or services provided

    3.

    a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea

    4.

    the amount of money owed for items or services provided, as shown on a statement

    5.

    the point at the very end of one of the arms of an anchor

    6.

    the amount that a person, company, or organization has to pay in taxes, salaries, or other charges

    7.

    a written proposal for a new law, discussed and voted upon by the members of a legislative assembly

    8.

    a notice, poster, or leaflet advertising something

    9.

    a list, especially of entertainment features or acts in a show, or the programme of entertainment itself

    10.

    a piece of paper money. The British word is note

    1.

    one hundred dollars, or a piece of paper money worth one hundred dollars

    2.

    a written statement of how much money is owed for items purchased or services provided

    3.

    a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea

    4.

    the amount of money owed for items or services provided, as shown on a statement

    5.

    the point at the very end of one of the arms of an anchor

    6.

    the amount that a person, company, or organization has to pay in taxes, salaries, or other charges

    7.

    a written proposal for a new law, discussed and voted upon by the members of a legislative assembly

    8.

    a notice, poster, or leaflet advertising something

    9.

    a list, especially of entertainment features or acts in a show, or the programme of entertainment itself

    10.

    a piece of paper money. The British word is note

    1.

    to send somebody a statement of how much money is owed for items bought or services provided

    2.

    to advertise an event or performance, especially using posters

    3.

    to describe something that is going to happen or be produced as having a particular quality

    4.

    to send or give someone a written statement of the money they owe

    5.

    make known by means of written or printed notice.

    1.

    to send somebody a statement of how much money is owed for items bought or services provided

    2.

    to advertise an event or performance, especially using posters

    3.

    to describe something that is going to happen or be produced as having a particular quality

    4.

    to send or give someone a written statement of the money they owe

    5.

    make known by means of written or printed notice.

    1.

    the police

    语法用例

    例句1:

    If you no longer plan to use an old Account, call your old ISP to cancel your ISP service, otherwise you will continue to be billed for it.

    如果您不想再使用某个旧帐号,可以请旧ISP取消那项服务;否则您必须继续支付那个帐号的费用。

    例句2:

    Essentially, you can start and stop requests all day long and you are only billed for your usage, billed at the end of the quarter.

    实际上,客户随时可以开始和停止请求,只需在每季度末根据使用量付费。

    例句3:

    One of Yamada's popular products, the ball-shaped Nano Care humidifier billed as moisturizing your skin, sold 350, 000 in a year.

    山田广受欢迎的产品之一,广告宣传说可湿润肌肤的球形纳米护理增湿器,一年里卖出了350000。

    例句4:

    All charges made on your card are sent to the bank, and you are billed once a month for the total amount.

    你卡上的一切款项会送到银行,要求你每月付一次总账。

    例句5:

    No charges will be billed to your insurance company or to you for this study.

    本研究不会向您或您的医疗保险收取任何费用。

    例句6:

    DataPower can be used to ensure this cap is not exceeded or to send notifications to ensure that any overage is appropriately billed.

    可以使用DataPower来确保不会超过此上限,或发送通知来确保恰当地收取超限事务量的费用。

    例句7:

    When We were called Sick man of Asia, We were called The Peril. When We are billed to be the next Superpower, We are called The threat.

    当我们被称作东亚病夫的时候,我们被称作传染病。当我们即将成为下一个超级大国的时候,我们被称作威胁。

    例句8:

    A "bet the company" case, in which price is no object, will probably still be billed by the hour.

    无法估费的“把公司的存亡都赌进去”的案子,可能还得计时收费。

    例句9:

    If you sign up for a trial period and cancel during such trial period the payment information provided will not be billed.

    如果您注册了试用期并在这段试用期内取消了服务,我们不会收取任何费用。

    例句10:

    We would like the amount to be billed to our account. Please send us a copy of the bill with details of our order.

    请使用我方账户结算,并将我方订单细目及账单拷贝一起寄回。


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