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The synonyms of “Billing” are: charge
Billing as a Noun
Definitions of "Billing" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “billing” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- The fact of being advertised or described in a particular way.
- The total amount of business conducted in a given time, especially that of an advertising agency.
- Request for payment of a debt.
- The process of preparing or sending invoices.
Synonyms of "Billing" as a noun (1 Word)
|charge||The price charged for some article or service.|
Our standard charge for a letter is 25.
Usage Examples of "Billing" as a noun
- They can justify their billing as Premier League favourites.
- Faster, more accurate order fulfilment and billing.
- The account was worth about $2 million a year in billings.
- He shared top billing with his wife.
Associations of "Billing" (30 Words)
|acceptor||An acceptor atom forming a positive hole in a semiconductor.|
Some microorganisms can use oxygen as an electron acceptor.
|account||The department of a company that deals with financial accounts.|
I can t account for the missing money.
|accrue||Make provision for (a charge) at the end of a financial period for work that has been done but not yet invoiced.|
They accrue entitlements to holiday pay.
|annuitant||A person who receives an annuity.|
|appropriation||Incorporation by joining or uniting.|
Dishonest appropriation of property.
|bill||Send a bill to someone.|
He was billed as the greatest tenor since Caruso.
|buck||Of a horse to perform a buck.|
The yung filly bucked.
|cash||Exchange for cash.|
A discount for cash.
|charge||Cause formation of a net electrical charge in or on.|
The battle began with a cavalry charge.
|cheque||A written order directing a bank to pay money.|
Fees are payable by cheque or postal order.
|deposit||The natural process of laying down a deposit of something.|
I had to deposit 10 of the price of the house.
|disbursement||The payment of money from a fund.|
They established a committee to supervise the disbursement of aid.
|due||A payment that is due e g as the price of membership.|
The cancellation of the concert was due to the rain.
|expenditure||An amount of money spent.|
Cuts in public expenditure.
|expense||Charge something to an expense account.|
Conference rooms were equipped at great expense.
|fee||A payment made to a professional person or to a professional or public body in exchange for advice or services.|
They were faced with legal fees of 3000.
|honorarium||A payment given for professional services that are rendered nominally without charge.|
|installment||A payment of part of a debt; usually paid at regular intervals.|
|invoice||Send an invoice to someone.|
She invoiced the company for her expenses.
|mortgage||The amount of money borrowed in a mortgage.|
I put down a hundred thousand in cash and took out a mortgage for the rest.
|outlay||An amount of money spent on something.|
Comparatively little financial outlay.
|payment||The act of paying money.|
A compensation payment of 2500.
|rates||A local tax on property (usually used in the plural.|
|receivable||Amounts owed to a business, regarded as assets.|
|reimbursement||A sum paid to cover money that has been spent or lost.|
The family received insurance reimbursements.
|remittance||The action of sending money in payment or as a gift.|
Complete your booking form and send it together with your remittance.
|spending||The act of spending or disbursing money.|
|surcharge||Mark a postage stamp with a surcharge.|
We guarantee that no surcharges will be added to the cost of your holiday.
|tax||Levy a tax on.|
She knew that the ordeal to come must tax all her strength.
|unpaid||(of work or a period of leave) undertaken without payment.|
She spent most of her time fulfilling the role of unpaid housekeeper.