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to break a ten-dollar bill into smaller denominations

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    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > to break a ten-dollar bill into smaller denominations

  • 2 bill

    1) счёт, плата

    My telephone (book, dress) bills run high. — У меня большой расход на телефон (книги, платья). /У меня много денег уходит на телефон (книги, платья).

    The bill is payable within three days. — Счет подлежит оплате в течение трех дней. /Срок оплаты счета три дня.

    These bills do not agree. — Эти счета не сходятся.

    - hospital bill
    - hotel bill
    - telephone bill
    - utility bill
    - bill of carriage
    - doctor's bill
    - bill at the restaurant
    - pay the bills
    - collect bills
    - put smth on the bill
    - meet the bills
    - check the bill
    - compare bills
    - make out a bill for 1000 ruobles
    - save a coal bill
    - cut down one's bills for electricity

    The bill is payable (is due, matures/comes to maturity) next month. — Срок оплаты векселя истекает в следующем месяце.

    The bill is payable to the bearer/at sight/on demand. — Вексель подлежит оплате по предъявлению

    - canceled bill
    - prolonged bill
    - overdue bill
    - bearer bill
    - forged bill
    - bill of credit
    - bill on a bank
    - cancel a bill
    - accept up
    - dishonour a bill
    - prolong a bill
    - draw out a bill on smb for a certain sum of money
    3) казначейский билет, купюра, банкнота
    - five-dollar bill
    - bill of different denomination
    - denomination of the bill
    - break a ten-dollar bill into smaller denominations
    - pay in bills
    4) документ, законопроект
    - bill of Rights
    - debate in Congress on the President's new transportation bill

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > bill

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