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Definition of invoice verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



(business)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they invoice
he / she / it invoices
past simple invoiced
-ing form invoicing
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to write or send someone a bill for work you have done or goods you have provided invoice somebody (for something) You will be invoiced for these items at the end of the month. invoice something (to somebody/something) Invoice the goods to my account. Thesaurusbillaccount invoice checkThese are all words for a record of how much you owe for goods or services you have bought or used.bill a list of goods that you have bought or services that you have used, showing how much you owe; the price or cost of something:the gas billaccount an arrangement with a store or business to pay bills for goods or services at a later time, for example in regular amounts every month:Put it on my account please.invoice a bill for goods that someone has bought or work that has been done for somone:The contractor sent an invoice for $750.bill or invoice?You would get a bill (or check) in a restaurant, bar, or hotel; a bill from a company that supplies you with gas, electricity, etc.; or a bill from somebody whose property you have damaged. An invoice is for goods supplied or work done as agreed between a customer and a supplier.check a piece of paper that shows how much you have to pay for the food and drinks that you have had in a restaurant:Can I have the check, please? Let's split the check (= let's each pay half).Patterns the bill/invoice/check for something to pay/settle a(n) bill/account/invoice/check to put something on the/somebody's bill/account/invoice/check
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