bill in German and example sentences

bill in German

Pronunciation
n. Rechnung; Gesetzentwurf; Schnabel (Vogel); Landzunge; Ankerspitze; Hellebarde (historische Waffe)
v. ankündigen, bekanntmachen; Rechnung ausstellen
n. Bill, männlicher Vorname (Form von William)

Example Sentences

Here, Bill! Catch the rope.
Hier, Bill! fange den Strick.
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About half-past eight I passed by an absurd little theatre, with great flaring gas-jets and gaudy play-bills.
Gegen halb acht kam ich an einem kleinen, schnurrigen Theater mit großen, flackernden Gasflammen und grellen Plakaten vorbei.
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After eating in a restaurant, you have to pay the bill.
Nach dem Essen im Restaurant muss man die Rechung bezahlen.
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And then it appeared as though the one addressed hardly dared raise his bill to reply.
Und dann war es, als ob der Angesprochene kaum den Schnabel zu einer Entgegnung zu öffnen wagte.
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Bill can climb in.
Bill kann hineinsteigen.
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Bill’s I believe.
Bill’s, glaube ich.
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Do you know Bills wife?
Kennen Sie Bills Frau?
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He changes the paper bills into coins.
Er wechselt den Geldschein in Münzen.
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He had stood before, as storks generally stand, with head bent downward and the bill pressed against the neck.
Er hatte nach der Gewohnheit der Störche mit gesenktem Kopf und den Schnabel gegen den Hals gedrückt, dagestanden.
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He stood for a long time and only clattered with his bill; afterward he spoke in a hoarse and feeble voice.
Zuerst klapperte er eine gute Weile mit dem Schnabel, und dann sprach er mit einer heiseren, schwachen Stimme.
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I was only supposed to bring one; Bill has the other.
Ich sollte ja nur eine bringen; Bill hat die andere.
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If Adrian Singleton writes his friend's name across a bill, am I his keeper?
Wenn Adrian Singleton den Namen seines Freundes auf einen Wechsel schreibt, bin ich sein Hüter?
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If you have well-insulated windows in your house, you’ll save on your heating bill in winter.
Wenn man gut isolierte Fenster im Haus hat, spart man im Winter beim Heizen.
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It is only people who pay their bills who want that, Uncle George, and I never pay mine.
Nur Leute, die ihre Rechnungen zahlen, brauchen Geld, Onkel Georg, und ich bezahle meine nie.
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It was apparent now that it is true what they say: a stork can seldom open his bill without complaining.
Nun zeigte es sich, dass es ganz wahr ist, wenn es heißt, der Storch öffne nur selten den Schnabel, ohne zu klagen.
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Mr Allen introduces Mr Meyer to his colleague Bill Jones.
Herr Allen stellt seinem Kollegen Bill Jones Herrn Meyer vor.
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Mr Allen: Of course. We can go right to my colleague Bill Jones. He is a vice consul in the visa section.
Herr Allen: Natürlich: wir können gleich mal zu meinem Kollegen Bill Jones gehen. Er ist Vizekonsul in der Visa-Abteilung.
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Mr Kowalsky [has] paid the bill with Visa, and gave the waiter a tip.
Herr Kowalsky hat die Rechnung mit Visa bezahlt und dem Kellner ein Trinkgeld gegeben.
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My brother paid the bill at last.
Mein Bruder hat den Wechsel schließlich gezahlt.
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Needless to say: you always have to get the bill.
Ganz selbstverständlich muss man als Mann immer die Rechnung bezahlen.
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Dictionary Extension
Synonyms for bill
1. announcement: advertisement, broadside, bulletin, circular, handbill, notice, placard
2. account: statement, invoice, reckoning, tab, score
3. beak: projection, mandible, nib
4. proposed law: act, draft, law, measure, proposal
5. invoice: dun, solicit
6. announce: advertise, post, publicise, publicize, publish
Verb forms for bill
Present participle: billing
Present: bill (3.person: bills)
Past: billed
Future: will bill
Present conditional: would bill
Present Perfect: have billed (3.person: has billed)
Past Perfect: had billed
Future Perfect: will have billed
Past conditional: would have billed