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İngilizce - Türkçe

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bill
fatura

Faturayı ödemediği için suyu kestiler. - They shut his water off because he didn't pay the bill.

Bir sürü insan faturalarını ödeme konusunda endişeleniyor. - Many people worry about paying their bills.

Bill
{i} senet

Bu senetin vadesi geçmiş. - This bill is long past due.

Senet tutarı 500 dolar. - The bill amounts to 500 dollars.

bill
fatura,v.fatura kes: n.fatura
bill
kuş gagası
Bill
{i} gaga
Bill
{i} kâğıt para

Tom caddede yüz dolarlık kağıt para buldu. - Tom found a hundred dollar bill on the street.

Bill
{i} burun
Bill
{i} hesap

Hesap 25 dolardan fazla geldi. - The bill came to over $25.

Hesap üç bin dolar tuttu. - The bill added up to three thousand dollars.

bill
{f} fatura çıkarmak
bill
{i} kanun tasarısı
bill
(Ticaret) ticari senet
bill
(Kanun) layiha
bill
pankart
bill
(Gıda) kakaç
bill
balta
bill
hesap pusulası
bill
{f} fatura kes
bill
denize uzanan kara parçası
bill
dimdik
bill
yasa tasarısı

İktidar partisi vergi yasa tasarısını kabul ettirdi. - The ruling party pushed its tax bill through.

Muhalefet partisi gelir vergisini düşürmek için bir yasa tasarısı sundu. - The opposition party put forward a bill to reduce income tax.

bill
tahvil
bill
{f} fatura etmek
bill
poliçe
bill
el ilanı
bill
ilan
bill
afiş
bill
Şapka siperi

The trend among some young men is to wear their caps with the bill off to one side.

Bill
{i} uzantı
Bill
{i} poster

Tom, duvara bir poster yapıştırıyor. - Tom is sticking a bill on the wall.

Bill
{i} tasarı

Başkan yasa tasarısını veto etti fakat Kongre onun vetosunu geçersiz kıldı. - The President vetoed the bill, but Congress overrode his veto.

Komite tasarıyı kabul etti. - The committee passed the bill.

Bill
{i} keser
Bill
{i} tiyatro programı
Bill
{i} beyanname

İnsan hakları beyannamesi ABD Anayasasını değiştirdi. - The Bill of Rights amended the U.S. Constitution.

Bill
{i} banknot

Bu bin yenlik banknotu bozabilir misin? - Can you break this thousand-yen bill?

Bebek on dolarlık banknotu yırttı. - The baby tore up a ten-dollar bill.

Bill
{i} balta (eski)
bill
poliç
bill
fatura gönder/ilan et
bill
gagalarım birbirine sürterek sevişmek
bill
{f} sevişmek
bill
{f} gagalarını sürterek sevişmek
bill
koklaşmak
bill
(Askeri) TEZKERE, LAYİHA (KANUN)
bill
bill and coo sevişip koklaşmak
bill
{f} ilan etmek
bill
gaga/burun/tahvil/fatura
bill
{f} afişe etmek
bill
ağız
bill of rights
(Politika, Siyaset) haklar bildirgesi
bill to
(Bilgisayar) faturalama yeri
Bill of Law
Kanun Tasarısı
bill of clearance
gümrük izni
bill of entry
gümrük beyannamesi
bill of exchange
kambiyo senedi
bill of exchange
poliçe
bill of exchange
tahvil
bill of fare
menü
bill of fare
yemek listesi
bill of health
sağlık belgesi
bill of health
sağlık raporu
bill of indictment
iddianame
bill of lading
yükleme evrakı
bill of lading
deniz yükü belgesi
bill of lading
manifesto
bill of lading
konşimento
bill of rights
hukuk beyannamesi
bill of rights
insan hakları beyannamesi

İnsan hakları beyannamesi ABD Anayasasını değiştirdi. - The Bill of Rights amended the U.S. Constitution.

bill of sale
satış bordrosu
bill of sale
fatura
bill of sale
temlik senedi
Bill of leading
Bkz. Bill of lading
bill collector
Tasarı kolektör
bill of lading
KONŞİMENTO, GÖNDERME BELGESİ, İRSALİYE: Malzeme, bagaj, mal, vesaire naklini üzerine alan müessese ile hükümet arasında yapılan sözleşmeyi gösteren belge
bill of landing
Çıkarmanın faturası
bill of material
malzeme listesi
bill of materials
MALZEME EVSAF LİSTESİ: Bir malın istihsalinde kullanılan maddelerin veya parçaların nitelik ve miktarını gösterir liste
bill of quantities
Yapı işleri sözleşmesinde yer alan iş, fiyat, boyutlar ve diğer ayrıntıların detaylı açıklaması
bill of quantity
(Ticaret) yapılacak işlerin dökümü
bill-back
bill-geri
bill-hook
bill-kanca
bill-paying account
fatura ödeme hesabı
bill an budget allocations
bütçe kanunu
bill and coo
sevişip koklaşmak
bill broker
kambiyo acentası
bill broker
kambiyo tellalı
bill case
senet cüzdanı
bill of credit
kredi mektubu
bill of exception
itiraz dilekçesi
bill of health
sağlam raporu

Tom'un doktoru ona sağlam raporu verdi. - Tom's doctor gave him a clean bill of health.

bill of quantities
(Mukavele) BOQ: keşif
bill of sight
(Kanun) yük muayene senedi
bill of sight
(Ticaret) malm gümrükten giriş izni
bill payable
borç senedi
bill poster
afişçi
bill receivable
alacak senedi
bill sticker
afişçi
bill to order
(Ticaret) emre yazılı bono
bill to perpetuate testimony
(Kanun) delil tespiti talebi
bill to suspend a decree
(Kanun) tehiri karar
bill to suspend a decree
(Kanun) icra erteleme talebi
bill to suspend a decree
(Kanun) tehiri icra kararı
bill to suspend a decree
(Kanun) icranın ertelenmesi talebi
bill, please
hesap lütfen
bill
adisyon
to bill
fatura çıkarmak
bill
(Ticaret) fatura kesmek
bill
(Ticaret) kasa fişi
bill
bilet
bill
(Kanun) layiha (kanun)
bill
liste
bill
(Askeri) tezkere
bill
(Kanun) kanun taslağı
bill
(Politika, Siyaset) yasa önergesi
bill
cetvel
bill to
(Bilgisayar) teslim
billing
(Ticaret) faturalamak
billing
faturalama
billing
(Bilgisayar) kartın fatura
billing
(Ticaret) fatura keserek
billing
fatura

O bize yeni bir faturalama sistemi hakkında bir açıklama yaptı. - He gave us an explanation about the new billing system.

billing
(Ticaret) fatura yazma
billing
(Ticaret) fatura kesme
billing
(Ticaret) fatura düzenleme
billing
{f} fatura kes
billing
{i} faturalandırma
bills
tahviller
bill
billiz
billable
Faturalandırılabilir
bills
faturalar

Tüm faturalar bilgisayarlar tarafından düzenlenir. - The bills are all done by computers.

Ayın sonunda faturalarımızı ödemeliyiz. - We pay our bills at the end of the month.

the bill
bill
bill
kanun teklifi
bill
makbuz
bill
pusula
billed
fatura edilen
billed
gagalı
billed
(sıfat) gagalı
billing
ismin afişteki sırası
billing
hesap çıkarma
billing
hesap çıkartma
billing
sanatçının isminin şöhretine göre afişlerde aldığı sıra
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mübah olan şey
İngilizce - İngilizce

bi̇ll teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

Bill
One Hundred Dollars
Bill
A diminutive of the male given name William

One of his neighbours opposite, a nice old guy with a stoop and a horrible little Yorkshire terrier, called him Bill - always had done and presumably always would, right up till the day he died. It actually irritated Will, who was not, he felt, by any stretch of the imagination, a Bill. Bill wouldn't smoke spliffs and listen to Nirvana. So why had he allowed this misapprehension to continue? Why hadn't he just said, four years ago, Actually my name is Will?.

Bill
A nickname for the British constabulary. Often called "The Bill" or "Old Bill"
bill
Somebody armed with a bill; a bill-man
bill
The extremity of the arm of an anchor; the point of or beyond the fluke
bill
A document, originally sealed; a formal statement or official memorandum. (Now obsolete except with certain qualifying words; bill of health, bill of sale etc.)
bill
A draft of a law, presented to a legislature for enactment; a proposed or projected law
bill
A beak-like projection, especially a promontory
bill
To dig, chop, etc., with a bill
bill
To peck
bill
A written note of goods sold, services rendered, or work done, with the price or charge; an invoice
bill
A paper, written or printed, and posted up or given away, to advertise something, as a lecture, a play, or the sale of goods; a placard; a poster; a handbill
bill
To advertise by a bill or public notice
bill
A writing binding the signer or signers to pay a certain sum at a future day or on demand, with or without interest, as may be stated in the document. A bill of exchange. In the United States, it is usually called a note, a note of hand, or a promissory note
bill
The beak of a bird, especially when small or flattish; sometimes also used with reference to a turtle, platypus, or other animal
bill
A written list or inventory. (Now obsolete except in specific senses or set phrases; bill of lading, bill of goods, etc.)
bill
A cutting instrument, with hook-shaped point, and fitted with a handle, used in pruning, etc.; a billhook
bill
Any of various bladed or pointed hand weapons, originally designating an Anglo-Saxon sword, and later a weapon of infantry, especially in the 14th and 15th centuries. A common form of bill consisted of a broad, heavy, double-edged, hook-shaped blade, having a short pike at the back and another at the top, and attached to the end of a long staff

France had no infantry that dared to face the English bows and bills. — Thomas Babington Macaulay.

bill
To charge; to send a bill to
bill
A declaration made in writing, stating some wrong the complainant has suffered from the defendant, or a fault committed by some person against a law
bill
A piece of paper money; a banknote
bill
To stroke bill against bill, with reference to doves; to caress in fondness
bill
{v} to kiss, caress, fondle, publish, mark
bill
{n} the beak of a fowl, a hooked instrument for cutting, an account or statement of particulars, draft of a law not enacted, exhibition of charges
Bill
diminutive of William
Bill
{i} male first name (form of William)
bill
A draft of a proposed law presented for approval to a legislative body
bill
A bird's bill is its beak. see also Private Member's Bill
bill
advertise especially by posters or placards; "He was billed as the greatest tenor since Caruso"
bill
a billhook
bill
horny projecting mouth of a bird
bill
A measure that creates new law, amends or repeals existing law, appropriates money, prescribes fees, transfers functions from one agency to another, provides penalties, or takes other action
bill
aka monthly statement: Each billing cycle (usually once per month) your card issuer will send you a bill The bill will detail the activity on your account for that billing cycle The reverse side of your bill usually describes some of the basic terms of your card agreement, including how the interest is calculated and where to call with questions See your card agreement for complete information on the terms
bill
The principal vehicle employed by lawmakers for introducing their proposals (enacting or repealing laws, for example) in the Senate Bills are designated S 1, S 2, and so on depending on the order in which they are introduced They address either matters of general interest or narrow interest , such as immigration cases and individual claims against the Federal government
bill
A proposed law After a bill passes both Houses of Parliament and receives assent, it becomes an act
bill
a proposed law, to be debated and voted on
bill
a long-handled saw with a curved blade; "he used a bill to prune branches off of the tree"
bill
Proposals for laws that are formally introduced in each house of Congress and considered for approval; bills originating in the Senate are designated as S and those originating in the House of Representatives are designated as H R , followed by a number representing the order that they were introduced during each session of Congress Public bills deal with general issues and become Public Laws or Acts if approved by Congress and signed by the President Private bills deal with matters such as claims against the United States, immigration and land issues, and become private laws if approved by Congress and signed by the President
bill
Any paper, containing a statement of particulars; as, a bill of charges or expenditures; a weekly bill of mortality; a bill of fare, etc
bill
A short-term direct obligation of the U S Treasury (13, 26, or 52 weeks' maturity) See also note and bond
bill
To strike; to peck
bill
A proposed law that must be debated and voted on by a legislative body Most legislative proposals are in the form of bills and are designated as H R (House of Representatives) or S (Senate), depending on the House in which they originate, and are numbered consecutively in the order in which they are introduced during each Congress
bill
the entertainment offered at a public presentation
bill
The bell, or boom, of the bittern A cutting instrument, with hook-shaped point, and fitted with a handle; used in pruning, etc
bill
Formally introduced legislation Most legislative proposals are in the form of bills and are designated as H R (House of Representatives) or S (Senate), depending on the House in which they originate, and are numbered consecutively in the order in which they are introduced during each Congress Public bills deal with general questions and become Public Laws, or Acts, if approved by Congress and signed by the President Private bills deal with individual matters such as claims against the Federal Government, immigration and naturalization cases, land titles, et cetera, and become private laws if approved and signed
bill
Notice of charges for products and services rendered
bill
a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
bill
A writing binding the signer or signers to pay a certain sum at a future day or on demand, with or without interest, as may be stated in the document
bill
{f} charge; announce, advertise
bill
A draft of a law that has been formally introduced into a legislature for consideration After a bill is passed and signed by the President or by the governor of a state, it becomes law A bill is identified with the letters "HR" in the U S House of Representatives and "S" in the Senate, followed by an assigned number
bill
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
bill
A proposed law This word when used in connection with passing laws in Congress or State legislatures, means the draft of the law (usually printed) proposed for passage by the Congress or legislature
bill
A proposed law introduced in the Assembly or Senate and identified with a number
bill
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. Are you going to bill me for this?
bill
To charge or enter in a bill; as, to bill goods
bill
demand payment; "Will I get charged for this service?"; "We were billed for 4 nights in the hotel, although we stayed only 3 nights"
bill
An act or a bill conferring upon a chief executive, as a governor or mayor, large powers of appointment and removal of heads of departments or other subordinate officials
bill
A bill is a piece of paper money. a large quantity of US dollar bills
bill
The bill of a show or concert is a list of the entertainers who will take part in it
bill
an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution; "he mailed the circular to all subscribers"
bill
If someone is billed to appear in a particular show, it has been advertised that they are going to be in it. She was billed to play the Red Queen in Snow White. + billing bill·ing their quarrels over star billing
bill
A type of legislative measure that requires passage by both chambers of the legislature and action by the governor A bill is the primary means used to create and change the laws of the state The Legislative Information System also uses the term "bill" generically to refer to the various types of legislative measures that may be introduced during a legislative session Bill types include: senate and house bills, senate and house joint resolutions, senate and house concurrent resolutions, and senate and house resolutions
bill
A beak, as of a bird, or sometimes of a turtle or other animal
bill
A pickax, or mattock
bill
—A proposed law that is introduced in the legislature by a Member of Congress In the House a bill is recognized as H R and S in the Senate
bill
In government, a bill is a formal statement of a proposed new law that is discussed and then voted on. This is the toughest crime bill that Congress has passed in a decade The bill was approved by a large majority
bill
A draft of a proposed law
bill
If you say that someone or something fits the bill or fills the bill, you mean that they are suitable for a particular job or purpose. If you fit the bill, send a CV to Rebecca Rees
bill
a list of particulars (as a playbill or bill of fare)
bill
a list of particulars (as a playbill or bill of fare) an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered; "he paid his bill and left"; "send me an account of what I owe"
bill
A form or draft of a law, presented to a legislature for enactment; a proposed or projected law
bill
To join bills, as doves; to caress in fondness
bill
A proposed law, requiring support of both houses and the governor's action for enactment
bill
A proposed law
bill
A common form of bill consisted of a broad, heavy, double-edged, hook-shaped blade, having a short pike at the back and another at the top, and attached to the end of a long staff
bill
One who wields a bill; a billman
bill
Legislation drafted in the form of an Act for introduction into the Senate or the House of Representatives and identified with a bill number If the bill is passed by both houses and signed by the Governor or otherwise becomes law, it becomes an Act
bill
To work upon ( as to dig, hoe, hack, or chop anything) with a bill
bill
a proposal for a new law which has been presented to Parliament
bill
A written presentation to a legislative body proposing certain legislation for enactment into law Bills may originate in either House, except as noted below, and must be passed by both Houses and approved by the President before they become law or, if disapproved by the President, must be passed over his veto by a two-thirds vote of each House If a bill is passed within the 10-day period preceding the adjournment of Congress, the President may withhold approval and the bill will die (pocket veto) Bills for raising revenue, according to the Constitution, must originate in the House of Representatives, and bills for appropriating money customarily originate in the House A bill is referred to in the following manner: H R 120, 70th Cong 1st sess
bill
A weapon of infantry, in the 14th and 15th centuries
bill
advertise especially by posters or placards; "He was billed as the greatest tenor since Caruso
bill
If you have to foot the bill for something, you have to pay for it. Who is footing the bill for her extravagant holiday?
bill
a statute in draft before it becomes law; "they held a public hearing on the bill"
bill
A legislative proposal introduced by a member of Congress Bills are designated as HR (House of Representatives) or S (Senate) according to the body in which they are introduced Most bills are public bills, dealing with general issues Private bills deal with individual claims against the government, such as immigration cases and land disputes
bill
{i} bank note, promissory note; invoice; beak; snout; headland, promontory; proposed law
bill
an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered; "he paid his bill and left"; "send me an account of what I owe"
bill
a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank); "he peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes"
bill
An account of goods sold, services rendered, or work done, with the price or charge; a statement of a creditor's claim, in gross or by items; as, a grocer's bill
bill
Document which proposes a change in existing statutes and/or introduces a new statute The bill accompanies the Petition Bills are bound in the Legislative Documents volumes in the State Library
bill
A bill is a written statement of money that you owe for goods or services. They couldn't afford to pay the bills He paid his bill for the newspapers promptly. phone bills
bill
When short, called a hand bill, when long, a hedge bill
bill
publicize or announce by placards
bill
a brim that projects to the front to shade the eyes; "he pulled down the bill of his cap and trudged ahead"
bill
If you bill a person or event as a particular thing, you advertise them in a way that makes people think they have particular qualities or abilities. They bill it as Britain's most exciting museum
bill
the entertainment offered at a public presentation a brim that projects to the front to shade the eyes; "he pulled down the bill of his cap and trudged ahead"
Bill Gates' flower flies
plural form of Bill Gates' flower fly
Bill Gates' flower fly
A species of flower fly from Costa Rica, scientific name Eristalis gatesi
bill of attainder
A legislative determination imposing punishment without trial; prohibited under the United States Constitution
bill of costs
A statement of the items which form the total amount of the costs of a party to a suit or action
bill of credit
A bill issued by a state, on the mere faith and credit of the state, and designed to circulate as money
bill of entry
An account of goods entered at a customs house, of imports and exports, detailing the merchant, quantity of goods, their type, and place of origin or destination. It is issued by the customs presenting the total assigned value and the corresponding duty charged on the cargo
bill of exchange
A document demanding payment from another party, especially used in international trade
bill of fare
A written or printed enumeration of the dishes served at a public table, or of the dishes (with prices listed) which may be ordered at a restaurant, etc
bill of goods
A collection of items purchased or offered for sale

This morning, he said, I foolishly gave Eben a hundred dollars, and sent him to Boston to pay for a bill of goods which I recently bought of a wholesale house on Milk Street..

bill of goods
A set of misleading or deceptive claims; misinformation

Truman bought quite a bill of goods from the old cronies who had flocked to Harriman.

bill of health
A certificate stating whether or not there is infectious disease aboard a ship or in a port of departure, given to the ship's master to present at the next port of arrival
bill of laden
Common misspelling of bill of lading
bill of lading
A document by which the master of a ship (or any other carrier) acknowledges receipt of goods for transport
bill of material
Alternative form of bill of materials
bill of materials
A list of materials and components used in a manufactured item, sometimes appended to an engineering diagram of the item
bill of materials
A computerized list of materials and components, structured in a manner to support computer-based materials procurement and production scheduling
bill of particulars
A written statement or specification of the charges made against a defendant
bill of particulars
A written statement or specification of the particulars of the demand for which an action at law is brought, or of a defendant's set-off against such demand, furnished by one of the parties to the other, either voluntarily or in compliance with a judge's order for that purpose
bill of quantities
A list, prepared by a quantity surveyor, of the quantities of materials needed for a project
bill of rights
A formal statement of the rights of a specified group of people
bill of sale
A formal instrument for the conveyance or transfer of goods and chattels
bill of sight
A form of entry at the customhouse, by which goods, respecting which the importer is not possessed of full information, may be provisionally landed for examination
bill of store
A license granted at the customhouse to merchants, to carry such stores and provisions as are necessary for a voyage, custom free
bill-hooks
plural form of bill-hook
bill of quantities
A detailed statement of work, prices, dimensions, and other details, for the erection of a building by contract
bill presentment
The submission of a bill of exchange for payment. A bill, such as a bank check, is an instrument directs a third party to pay the recipient the fixed sum, while presentment refers to the act of submitting a legal document to another party
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
charitable organization that seeks to assist people through better health and learning
Bill Blass
born June 22, 1922, Ft. Wayne, Ind., U.S. died June 12, 2002, New Preston, Conn. U.S. fashion designer. Blass left home at age 17 to attend the Parsons School of Design in New York City. After serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, he returned to New York, where in 1959 he became the head designer of Maurice Rentner, Ltd. Building upon the innovations of European designers such as Coco Chanel, Blass made clothes that allowed women a chic, modern sense of ease and comfort. His work became popular among New York high-society women. In 1970 Blass became owner of Rentner, which he renamed after himself. He was a pioneer in employing the business strategy of licensing his designs and name to a huge array of fashion accessories. In 1999 he sold his company, which continued as Bill Blass Ltd., and he retired the following year
Bill Bradley
William Warren "Bill" Bradley (born 1943), American Senator and former professional athlete, candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2000
Bill Bradley
in full William Warren Bradley born July 28, 1943, Crystal City, Mo., U.S. U.S. basketball player and politician. Bradley attended Princeton University (1961-65), where, as a playmaker and high-scoring forward 6 ft 5 in. (196 cm) tall, he was named College Player of the Year in 1964-65. In a semifinal game he scored 58 points, an NCAA tournament record. In 1964 he helped the U.S. team win the Olympic gold medal. He studied at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes scholar, then returned to play with the New York Knicks until 1977, helping them win two NBA championships (1970, 1973). As a prominent U.S. senator from New Jersey (1979-97), he sought to raise public awareness of race relations and poverty and was a critic of campaign-financing practices. In 1999-2000 he was an unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination
Bill Brandt
orig. Hermann Wilhelm Brandt born May 1904, Hamburg, Ger. died Dec. 20, 1983, London, Eng. German-born British photographer. In 1929 he worked in the studio of Man Ray in Paris. He returned to England in 1931 and took up photojournalism, documenting English industrial workers in the 1930s and covering the home front during World War II. His work reveals the influence of Eugène Atget, Brassaï, and Henri Cartier-Bresson. He is best known for his photographs of British life and especially for his unconventional nudes; he placed his wide-angle camera at close range to the human body, causing a distorted effect that transformed the human body into a series of abstract designs
Bill Clinton
the 42nd President of the US, from 1993 to 2001. Clinton was a popular President for most of his period in office, because the US economy was strong. He is also known for a sex scandal that happened near the end of the time he was president (1946- ). in full William Jefferson Clinton orig. William Jefferson Blythe IV born Aug. 19, 1946, Hope, Ark., U.S. 42nd president of the U.S. (1993-2001). Born shortly after his father's death in a car crash, he later took the last name of his mother's second husband, Roger Clinton. He attended Georgetown University, the University of Oxford (as a Rhodes Scholar), and Yale Law School, then taught law at the University of Arkansas. He served as state attorney general (1977-79) and served several terms as governor (1979-81, 1983-92), during which he reformed Arkansas's educational system and encouraged the growth of industry through favourable tax policies. In 1992 he won the Democratic Party presidential nomination despite charges of personal impropriety; in the subsequent election he defeated the incumbent, Republican George Bush, and independent candidate H. Ross Perot. As president, Clinton obtained Senate ratification of the NAFTA accord in 1993. Along with his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, he devised a plan to overhaul the U.S. health care system, but it was rejected by Congress. He committed U.S. forces to a peacekeeping initiative in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 1994 the Democrats lost control of Congress for the first time since 1954. Clinton responded by offering a deficit-reduction plan while opposing efforts to slow government spending on social programs. He defeated Robert Dole to win reelection in 1996. In 1997 he helped broker a peace agreement in Northern Ireland. He faced renewed charges of personal impropriety, this time involving his relationship with a White House intern, Monica Lewinsky; he denied the charges before a grand jury but ultimately acknowledged "improper relations" in a televised address. In 1998 Clinton became only the second president in history to be impeached. Charged with perjury and obstruction of justice, he was acquitted by the Senate in 1999. His two terms saw sustained economic growth and successive budget surpluses, the first in three decades
Bill Clinton
William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton (born 1946), Untied States politician, 42nd president of the United States (1993-2001)
Bill Cosby
{i} (born 1939 as William Henry Cosby Jr.), African-American comedian and writer, best known for his long running television comedy show "The Cosby Show" (1984-1992)
Bill Cosby
in full William Henry Cosby, Jr. born July 12, 1937, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. U.S. television actor and producer. He worked as a comedian in New York City nightclubs and on tour in the 1960s. In the series I Spy (1965-68) he became the first black actor to star in a dramatic role on network television. He later frequently appeared on the children's programs Sesame Street and The Electric Company as well as in several films. He starred in several other television series, most notably The Cosby Show (1984-92), which became one of the most durable family comedies in the history of television
Bill Evans
orig. William John Evans born Aug. 16, 1929, Plainfield, N.J., U.S. died Sept. 15, 1980, New York, N.Y. U.S. pianist and composer, one of the most influential musicians in modern jazz. Evans was classically trained and influenced by pianists Bud Powell, Horace Silver, and Lennie Tristano. His subtle harmonies and lyrical melodic sensitivity were particularly well suited to modal improvisation, demonstrated on the landmark Miles Davis recording Kind of Blue (1959). As leader of his own trio, Evans established near-telepathic communication with his fellow musicians, creating music of rare depth and introspection. His best-known composition is "Waltz for Debby
Bill Gates
{i} William Henry Gates III (born 1955), United States computer software designer, chairman and co-founder of Microsoft Inc., one of the world's richest men
Bill Gates
a US computer programmer and businessman, who started the Microsoft computer company and is famous for being the richest man in the world (1955- ). in full William Henry Gates III born Oct. 28, 1955, Seattle, Wash., U.S. U.S. computer programmer and businessman. As a teenager, he helped computerize his high school's payroll system and founded a company that sold traffic-counting systems to local governments. At 19 he dropped out of Harvard University and cofounded Microsoft Corp. with Paul G. Allen (b. 1954). Microsoft began its domination of the fledgling microcomputer industry when Gates licensed the operating system MS-DOS to IBM in 1980 for use in IBM's first personal computer. As Microsoft's largest shareholder, Gates became a billionaire in 1986, and within a decade he was the world's richest private individual. Beginning in 1995, he refocused Microsoft on the development of software solutions for the Internet, and he also moved the company into the computer hardware and gaming markets with the Xbox video machine. In 1999 he and his wife created the largest charitable foundation in the U.S
Bill Haley
a US singer who, with his band The Comets, helped to make rock 'n' roll music popular in the 1950s. His most famous song was Rock Around the Clock, which was also the name of a film in which he and his band appeared (1927-81). orig. William John Clifton born July 6, 1925, Highland Park, Mich., U.S. died Feb. 9, 1981, Harlingen, Texas U.S. singer and guitarist, one of the pioneers of rock and roll (see rock music). Haley worked as a disc jockey and sang and played guitar for several country music bands in the late 1940s, later forming his own band, the Saddlemen. Marrying elements of country to rhythm and blues, he renamed his band Bill Haley and His Comets and recorded some of rock's earliest hits, including "Shake Rattle and Roll" (1954) and "Rock Around the Clock" (1955). He continued to tour as a nostalgia act into the 1970s
Bill Hartack
in full William John Hartack born Dec. 9, 1932, Ebensburg, Pa., U.S. U.S. jockey. He became the second jockey (after Eddie Arcaro) ever to win five Kentucky Derbies (1957, 1960, 1962, 1964, 1969). In 1956 he became the first jockey to win $2 million in a single year; he surpassed $3 million the following year. In 1972 he became the fifth jockey ever to win over 4,000 races
Bill Hewlett
{i} William R. Hewlett (1913-2001), co-founder of Hewlett-Packard, American inventor who invented the "Variable Frequency Oscillation Generator
Bill Paxton
{i} (born 1955) U.S. actor who starred in the 1996 movie "Twister" opposite Helen Hunt
Bill Robinson
orig. Luther Robinson known as Bojangles born May 25, 1878, Richmond, Va., U.S. died Nov. 25, 1949, New York, N.Y. U.S. tap dancer. He developed extraordinary tap-dancing skills as a child, became the first black performer to appear in white vaudeville shows, and was later the first black in Florenz Ziegfeld's Follies. He is best known for his starring roles in films, notably the four he made with Shirley Temple and the all-black musical Stormy Weather (1943). His soft-shoe and tap routines were widely copied by other dancers, but he was unmatched for ingenuity in creating new steps, especially his famous "stair dance." He also was famed for a unique ability to run backward. See also tap dance
Bill Russell
in full William Felton Russell born Feb. 12, 1934, Monroe, La., U.S. U.S. basketball player. The 6-ft 10-in. (2.08-m) centre led the University of San Francisco to two NCAA championships (1955-56). Playing for the Boston Celtics (1956-69), Russell led his team to 11 NBA championships in 13 seasons the last 2 as coach, having become in 1967 the first black coach of a major professional sports team. Russell's career mark for rebounds (21,620) is second only to that of his great rival Wilt Chamberlain, and he is regarded as one of the finest defensive centres of all time. He was voted most valuable player in the NBA five times. He later coached the Seattle SuperSonics (1973-77) and the Sacramento Kings (1987-88)
Bill Sikes
a character in the book Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. He is a violent thief who murders his girlfriend, Nancy
Bill T. Jones
orig. William Tass Jones born Feb. 15, 1952, Bunnell, Fla., U.S. U.S. dancer and choreographer. He trained in dance and theatre at the State University of New York, Binghamton. In 1982, with his companion, Arnie Zane (1948 88), he cofounded the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Co. All his performances have been in works he has choreographed alone or with a collaborator; they include Runner Dreams (1978) and Open Spaces (1980). His works often make explicit reference to social issues; his controversial Still/Here (1995) deals with the sufferings caused by HIV, with which Jones is infected and which was the cause of Zane's death
Bill Tilden
in full William Tatem Tilden born Feb. 20, 1893, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. died June 5, 1953, Hollywood, Calif. U.S. tennis player. The dominant player of the 1920s, he won seven U.S. men's singles championships (1920-25, 1929), three Wimbledon singles championships (1920-21, 1930), and two professional titles. He also won many doubles and mixed-doubles titles and 21 of 28 Davis Cup matches. His overpowering play and temperamental personality made him one of the most colourful sports figures of his time
Bill Veeck
v. in full William Louis Veeck born Feb. 9, 1914, Hinsdale, Ill., U.S. died Jan. 2, 1986, Chicago, Ill. U.S. baseball-club executive and owner. The son of a sportswriter who was also president of the Chicago Cubs (1919-33), Veeck became co-owner of the minor league Milwaukee Brewers (1941-45) and later the major league Cleveland Indians (1946-48), St. Louis Browns (1949-53), and Chicago White Sox (1959-68; 1976-81). Believing that baseball was a form of entertainment and should not be treated as a business, he introduced many innovations in promotion, was almost always able to improve a team's attendance, and usually bettered its performance
Bill of Rights
{i} first ten amendments to the United States Constitution which state the basic freedoms of all American citizens (freedom of religion, freedom of the press, etc.)
Bill of Rights
A Bill of Rights is a written list of citizens' rights which is usually part of the constitution of a country. part of the US constitution (=the basic laws of the country that cannot easily be changed) which is a list of the rights of US citizens, for example freedom of speech (=the right to say what you want to say, including criticizing the government) , and freedom of religion. bills of rights a written statement of the most important rights of the citizens of a country. (1689) British law, one of the basic instruments of the British constitution. It incorporated the provisions of the Declaration of Rights, which William III and Mary II accepted upon taking the throne. Its main purpose was to declare illegal various practices of James II, such as the royal prerogative of dispensing with the law in certain cases. The result of a long struggle between the Stuart kings and the English people and Parliament, it made the monarchy clearly conditional on the will of Parliament and provided freedom from arbitrary government. It also dealt with the succession to the throne. First 10 amendments to the Constitution of the United States, adopted as a group in 1791. They are a collection of guarantees of individual rights and of limitations on federal and state governments that derived from popular dissatisfaction with the limited guarantees of the Constitution. The first Congress submitted 12 amendments (drafted by James Madison) to the states, 10 of which were ratified. The 1st Amendment guarantees freedom of religion, speech, and the press and grants the right to petition for redress and to assemble peacefully. The 2nd Amendment guarantees the right of the people to keep and bear arms. The 3rd prohibits the quartering of soldiers in private dwellings in peacetime. The 4th protects against unreasonable search and seizure. The 5th establishes grand-jury indictment for serious offenses, protects against double jeopardy in criminal cases, and prohibits compelling testimony by a person against himself. The 6th establishes the rights of the accused to a speedy trial and an impartial jury and guarantees the right to legal counsel and to the obtaining of witnesses in his favour. The 7th preserves the right to trial by jury in serious civil suits and prohibits double jeopardy in civil cases. The 8th prohibits excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment. The 9th states that enumeration of certain rights in the Constitution does not mean the abrogation of rights not mentioned. The 10th reserves to the states and people any powers not delegated to the federal government
bill book
A book in which a person keeps an account of his notes, bills, bills of exchange, etc
bill book
thus showing all that he issues and receives
bill broker
{i} broker who buys and sell bills of exchange or promissory notes
bill case
{i} wallet for holding bills
bill collector
{i} creditor; person whose job it is to collect payment from debtors; collection manager
bill delivery
giving of a bill to its receiver
bill discounting
payment of a bank bill before the stated date thereby reducing the cost of interest and commission
bill enforcement
obligating one to honor a bill
bill holder
are held
bill holder
A person who holds a bill or acceptance
bill holder
A device by means of which bills, etc
bill laws
judicial laws which deal with bills which must be paid
bill of lading
a document that conveys the title to the goods; a contract by a carrier for delivery of the goods; and a receipt for the merchandise being shipped The bill of lading may be issued as either straight (non-negotiable) or to order (negotiable)
bill of lading
A document issued by a carrier to a shipper, listing and acknowledging receipt of goods for transport and specifying terms of delivery
bill of lading
A written acknowledgement issued by a carrier as bailee, constituting both a receipt and a contract undertaking to deliver the goods at a specific place to a named person or to his order Title to the goods may be passed by transfer of the bill of lading
bill of lading
A document issued by a carrier (railroad, steamship or trucking company) which serves as a receipt for the goods to be delivered to a designated person or to his order The bill of lading describes the conditions under which the goods are accepted by the carrier and details that nature and quantity of the goods, name of vessel (if shipped by sea), identifying marks and numbers, destination, etc The person sending the goods is the "shipper" or "consignor," the company or agent transporting the goods is the "carrier", and the person for whom the goods are destined is the "consignee" Bills of lading may be negotiable or non-negotiable If negotiable, i e , payable to the shipper’s order and properly endorsed, title to the goods passes upon delivery of the bill of lading
bill of lading
A document that establishes the terms of a contract between a shipper and a transportation company under which freight is to be moved between specified points for a specified charge Usually prepared by the shipper on forms issued by the carrier, it serves as a document of title, a contract of carriage, and a receipt for goods
bill of lading
A B/L is the basic document between a shipper and a carrier and a shipper and consignee It represents the contract of carriage and defines the terms and conditions of carriage It is the final receipt from the carrier for the goods shown on it and for the condition of the goods It describes the nature, quantity and weight of the cargo carried It is also the document of title of the goods shown
bill of lading
The contract of carriage between the shipper and the carrier that serves as a receipt for the goods delivered to the carrier for shipment and evidence of title to the goods
bill of lading
A shipping document which gives instructions to the company transporting the goods
bill of lading
An instrument issued by a warehouseman or carrier to a shipper that serves as a receipt for goods shipped, as evidence of the contract of carriage, and as a document of title for the goods
bill of lading
A document signed by the vessel master or other authorized person on behalf of the carrier, furnishing written evidence for the conveyance and delivery of merchandise to a specified destination It serves as a document of title, receipt of goods, and a contract to deliver them
bill of lading
A document by which the Master of a ship acknowledges having received in good order and condition (or the reverse) certain specified goods consigned to him by some particular shipper, and binds himself to deliver them in similar condition, unless the perils of the sea, fire or enemies prevent him, to the consignees of the shippers at the point of destination on their paying him the stipulated freight A bill of lading specifies the name of the master, the port and destination of the ship, the goods, the consignee, and the rate of freight
bill of lading
a receipt given by the carrier to the shipper acknowledging receipt of the goods being shipped and specifying the terms of delivery
bill of lading
A document that establishes the terms of a contract between a shipper and a transportation company that acknowledges receipt of the goods It signifies which freight is to be moved between specified points for a specified charge As the most fundamental document in goods transportation, it serves as a document of title, a contract of carriage and a receipt for goods It is prepared by the shipper on forms issued by the carrier
bill of lading
A document that establishes the terms of a contract between a shipper and a transportation company It serves as a document of title, a contract of carriage and a receipt for goods
bill of lading
This is a document issued by the captain of a vessel or vehicle, on behalf of the distribution company responsible for the shipment of the goods he is carrying, stating that goods stowed on board are in (apparently) good condition The memorandum bears other details such as the place of departure, the destination, the price of the freight etc The bill of lading is evidence of a contract
bill of lading
A contract between a common carrier and a shipper to transport goods to a named destination The bill of lading is also a receipt for the goods Bills of lading are usually negotiable, meaning they are made to the order of a particular party and can be endorsed to transfer title to another party
bill of lading
The is your contract with the carrier It is your receipt for your goods and the contract for their transportation Your signature acknowledges that your goods have been loaded on the moving van and "released to the carrier"
bill of lading
A document issued by a railroad or other carrier It acknowledges the receipt of specified goods for transportation to a cer­tain place, it sets forth the contract between the shipper and the carrier, and it provides for proper delivery of the goods
bill of lading
Transport document issued by the carrier or a document establishing the terms of a contract between a shipper and a transportation company under which the freight is to be moved between specific points for a specified charge
bill of lading
A document received by a transportation company acknowledging that it has received certain goods and, for the purpose of transportation, serves as title to that property
bill of lading
Abbreviation: B/L, plural Bs/L A document which evidences a contract of carriage by sea The document has the following functions: 1 A receipt for goods, signed by a duly authorized person on behalf of the carriers 2 A document of title to the goods described therein 3 Evidence of the terms and conditions of carriage agreed upon between the two parties
bill of activities
(Ticaret) In activity-based costing, a list of the activities and associated costs used by a cost object (product, department, etc.)
bill of attainder
act of legislature that convicts a citizen of a crime without a trial (illegal according to the U.S. Constitution)
bill of attainder
a legislative act finding a person guilty of treason or felony without a trial; "bills of attainder are prohibited by the Constitution of the United States
bill of attainder
A legislative act pronouncing a person guilty of a crime, usually treason, without trial and subjecting that person to capital punishment and attainder. Such acts are prohibited by the U.S. Constitution
bill of costs
list of expenditures
bill of credit
written notice given by a bank to a customer that authorizes another bank to give him credit (based on security promised by the primary bank)
bill of death
death certificate
bill of divorce
certificate of divorce, certificate that a marriage is legally ended
bill of divorcement
legal document certifying divorce
bill of entry
A listing of goods received at a customhouse as imports or for export
bill of entry
a list of goods received at a customhouse for export or import
bill of entry
list of imported goods (given to customs)
bill of evidence
series of witnesses, succession of proof
bill of exchange
The most commonly-used financial instrument in international trade An unconditional payment demand for a specific sum of money, payable either at sight or at a specified future date This is drawn up by the seller and presented to the buyer This is sometimes called "the draft "
bill of exchange
A signed, written order by one business that instructs another business to pay a third business a specific amount Also called a draft
bill of exchange
order to pay a certain person a specific amount of money
bill of exchange
A draft
bill of exchange
An instrument similar to a time or sight draft which the buyer signs This is acknowledgement debt for the goods he is buying
bill of exchange
a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another
bill of exchange
Draftthat is, a negotiable order to pay money
bill of exchange
Synonymous to a draft, (draft is the common name in the US; however, under law, this document is known as a bill of exchange) this is a written, unconditional and negotiable demand for payment A bill of exchange is a written order for a certain sum of money, to be transferred on a certain date from the person who owes the money or agrees to make the payment (the drawee) to the creditor to whom the money is owed (the drawer of the bill) Thus, it is the creditor or the drawer, who actually draws (fills out) the bill of exchange as to the amount due and the date on which it is to be paid It is addressed to the debtor, the drawee The bill of exchange must be accompanied by an instruction letter Upon request, this may be obtained from one's bank
bill of exchange
A written order, which may be negotiable or nonnegotiable, directing one party to pay a certain sum of money to the drawer or to a third person
bill of exchange
A legal document, such as a cheque, where one person in writing specifies that a third party will pay a person a specific sum of money at a specific time, or upon demand
bill of exchange
An order to a person to pay an amount to another person
bill of exchange
a promise to pay at a specific time issued to suppliers by purchasers in exchange for goods Bills may be held to maturity or sold at a discount on the money market if cash is required sooner
bill of exchange
An unconditional order in writing addressed by one person to another, signed by the person giving it, requiring the person to whom it is addressed to pay on demand or at a fixed or determinable future time a certain sum in money to order or to bearer (Uniform Negotiable Instruments Law); in commercial usage, often synonymous with draft or acceptance The term is by custom, generally confined to an order to pay money arising out of a foreign transaction, "draft" being the term relating to a domestic transaction
bill of exchange
Signed, written order by one business that instructs another business to pay a third business a specific amount Also called a draft
bill of exchange
A certificate promising to repay a stated amount on a certain date, typically three months from the issue of the bill Bills pay no interest as such, but are sold at a discount and redeemed at face value, thereby earning a rate of discount for the purchaser
bill of exchange
A written, dated, and signed three-party instrument containing an unconditional order by a drawer that directs a drawee to pay a definite sum of money to a payee on demand or at a specified future date Also known as a draft
bill of exchange
An instrument similar to a time or sight draft which the buyer signs This is acknowledgement of debt for the goods he is buying
bill of exchange
A signed, written order by one business that instructs another business to pay a third business a specific amount Also called a draft BACK TO TOP
bill of exchange
An order in writing given by one person to another requiring the receiver to pay a certain sum of money to another person at a fixed or determinable future date Frequently known as a "draft" or "bill" See also definition for "Export Document Flow"
bill of exchange
A written order directing that a specified sum of money be paid to a specified person. bills of exchange a signed document ordering someone to pay someone else a particular amount of money. Short-term negotiable financial instrument consisting of a written order addressed by the seller of goods to the buyer requiring the latter to pay a certain sum of money on demand or at a future time. Bills of exchange are often used in international transactions, and the holder of such a bill may redeem it in cash immediately by selling it to a bank at a discount. Bills of exchange used in domestic transactions are sometimes called drafts. See also promissory note
bill of exchange
An instrument in writing containing an unconditional order, signed by the maker, directing a certain person to pay a certain sum of money only to, or to the order of a certain person or to the bearer of the instrument
bill of exchange
An unconditional order in writing from one person (the drawer) to another (the drawee), directing the drawee to pay a specified amount to a named drawer at a specified future date Also referred to as draft
bill of exchange
General term for a document demanding payment
bill of exchange
The drawn bill of exchange, or draft, is an order by which the drawer instructs the debtor, without stating the reason for the indebtedness, to pay, unconditionally, a certain sum of money to the payee of the bill of exchange designated in the document or to his order, whereby the drawer is personally liable for acceptance and redemption In contrast, the negotiable bill of exchange (negotiable promissory note) is an undertaking to pay, by which the drawer, without stating the reason for the indebtedness, is personally under an obligation to pay a certain sum of money to the payee of the bill of exchange designated in the document or to his order
bill of exchange
A written order requesting one party (such as an importer) to pay a specified amount of money at a specified time to the order of the writer of the bill of exchange Also called a "draft " See Sight draft
bill of exchange in a set
promissory note that guarantees payment at a fixed rate or by demand that is itself a part of a series of similar notes
bill of fare
menu: a list of dishes available at a restaurant; "the menu was in French"
bill of fare
menu, list of foods served at a restaurant, carte du jour
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bill
the bill
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