billnoun

  • ja議案、法案
  • ena draft of a planned new law that is discussed before being voted on

Examples

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"While you were governor, what is something you said or did that you knew was a lie?"
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Come on.
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Answer it.
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Answer the question.
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Don't look at the food. Look me in the eye.
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You can do it.
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It's not as easy, is it, when you're over there?
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Okay.
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Okay.
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I don't know if I can say that.
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Let me give you the shot.
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There's a time when the governor signs bills or vetoes them.
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So when you veto a bill from the legislators, then you write a veto message.
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Well, there was 1 legislator that I didn't like at all.
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And so I vetoed his bill.
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Hi, sheriff's department.
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- Oh, I didn't do anything. - No, no, it's alright.
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- No, no, no, no. - Don't run, don't run.
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Sir, I wonder if we could take a moment of your time today.
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The state government is trying to pass a bill...
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Oh, my god. Oh, no.
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Oh, no.
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No, it's alright. Well, you can help us out.
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Oh, alright, I thought it was a bad thing.
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What the state government would like us to do
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is they're trying to require us to perform our job moustache-less.
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Moustache-less?
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This is from Mark X.
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If you win, can you make a bill that would permanently prevent
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Donald Trump from running in the next election?
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I doubt it, but it's worth looking into.

Other meanings for bill...

billnoun

  • ja勘定、請求書
  • ena written list or statement showing how much someone has to pay for goods or services provided or work done
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Okay, so I'm responsible. I'm organized.
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But, hey, I can be a kook.
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Alright, you madcap gal.
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Try to imagine this.
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The phone bill arrives.
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But you don't pay it right away.
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Why not?
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Because you're a kook!
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Instead, you wait until they send you a notice.
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I could do that.
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You can negotiate all kinds of costs, savings, from all kinds of providers.
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Think about your cable bill.
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There's a whole bunch of channels on there you're not watching.
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Maybe you should call the provider and say,
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"Tell me about your other packages.
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'Cause if you don't give me a better deal, I'm leaving."
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Go to the beginning of the month.
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Last 8 transactions are to Jack's Joke and Magic Shop.
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What are you doing?
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I'm paying his electric bill.
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I do not think you should do that.
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Well, it's about to be shut off.
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Okay. This is pointless. Someone just has to talk to him.
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Not it.
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Your bill comes out to $52.02.
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- Huh? - Huh?
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You heard me correctly this time.
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That'll be $52.02.
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No, no, no. Lily, Lily, come on, come on. Lily!
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Let's go. Lily, come on! Lily!
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Number 4: live as much like you can as a student.
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Because the ultimate rule is, the lower your bills, the lower your stress.
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So around 2015, the oil industry in this area was hit very hard.
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In fact, Lafayette, Louisiana was one of the hardest hit when it came to job losses across the United States.
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And I just woke up one day, and I was like, "I don't know how I'm gonna pay my bills."
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And I literally prayed every day asking for direction, asking for, you know...
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"Give me a sign. Please tell me what I'm supposed to do."
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Please get this to Anton.
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This is all the work he's gonna need now that he's in charge.
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What is all this?
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Tax forms, invoices, bills.
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Bills?
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Especially the Internet bill.
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It's due immediately.
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It's a trick.
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Everyone knows the Internet is free.
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Consider the case of European travel company TUI, one of Europe's biggest MAX operators.
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It estimates an earnings hit of more than $330 million this year alone.
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That bill covers the need to cancel some flights and the need to rent replacement aircraft at high cost
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to get customers to their vacation hotspots.
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You start to learn how to do things for yourself.
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You start... I've gone as far as sometimes cutting my own hair.
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Cutting down on the dry cleaning bill.
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You don't eat as much, so you go on special diets.
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It's what you have to do to survive.