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bulk billUsed other than as an idiom: see bulk, bill.Rate it:

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bulk billTo invoice the government or insurer, and not the patient, for medical expenses incurred at a general practitioner or other medical service provider.Rate it:

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bulk billingThe process whereby a general practitioner or other medical service provider charges the government for medical expenses incurred by a patient.Rate it:

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bulk billingPresent participle of bulk bill.Rate it:

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bulk outTo become thicker, fatter or more bulky.Rate it:

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bulk outTo cause to be thicker, fatter or more bulky.Rate it:

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bulk outTo become more substantialRate it:

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bulk outTo cause to be more substantial; to add substance to.Rate it:

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bulk upTo gain weight.Rate it:

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bulk upTo increase the weight of.Rate it:

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bulk upTo train the body with a high-calorie diet and intense weightlifting in order to increase the overall mass of the body, especially the muscles.Rate it:

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on one's billAlone, on one's own.Rate it:

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bill of goodsA collection of items purchased or offered for sale.Rate it:

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bill of goodsA set of misleading or deceptive claims; misinformation.Rate it:

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black over Bill's mother'sDescribing rain-bearing dark clouds on the horizon.Rate it:

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Christmas tree billA bill consisting of many riders that attracts many, often unrelated, floor amendments, which may provide special benefits to various groups or interests.Rate it:

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fill the billTo satisfy a need; to serve a purpose; to fulfill specified requirements.Rate it:

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fill the billIn order to fill the bill an individual must carry the ball, complete the task, fulfill the expectations.Rate it:

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fit the billTo satisfy a need; to serve a purpose; to fulfill specified requirements.Rate it:

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friend of Bill W.A recovering alcoholic, especially one who is a member of the organization Alcoholics Anonymous.Rate it:

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old billpoliceRate it:

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sell someone a bill of goodsTo deceive or cheat someone.Rate it:

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that fills the billThe project, the agenda, is now complete.Rate it:

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the bill, pleaseIndicates the speaker wishes to pay the bill.Rate it:

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tranquille, BillVariante de tranquille, Émile.Rate it:

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check outTo pay the bill, and record one's departure, as from a hotel.Rate it:

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BIBObulk in/bags out ; designates a type of bulk carrier that takes in bulk cargo, and is equipped to bag it, to provide bagged cargo for disembarkmentRate it:

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doTo cash or to advance money for, as a bill or note.Rate it:

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double dutchA date where both man and woman pay for their portion of the bill.Rate it:

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Dutch reckoningA (falsified) bill that is not itemised, and that is unjustifiably high.Rate it:

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face valueThe amount or value listed on a bill, note, stamp, etc.; the stated value or amount.Rate it:

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gravy trainA gorging on luxuries, since someone else foots the bill.Rate it:

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pack onTo add so as to increase mass or bulk.Rate it:

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pony upTo pay (usually a bill, debt or due).Rate it:

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put paid toTo mark a bill or a debt record as "paid".Rate it:

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run a red lightTo pass a political bill that is clearly based on false premises.Rate it:

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