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22:04 Jun 15, 2001
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: bill

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naBill (a male name): بيلRaghad
naPlease provide textAhmedAMS



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This word has a lot of Arabic meanings. The correct meaning depends on the text. Please provide text to be able to help.

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Bill (a male name): بيل

The word bill (verb or noun) has a lot of meanings. Could it be that you are asking about the name Bill?
Bill (a male name): بيل
Though it is hard to guess what you really want to know here are some suggestions:
Bill (the horny part of the mouth of some birds):
Minqaaron: منقار
Bill (written statement of charges for goods delivered or services rendered):
Faatooraton: فاتورة
Bill (to announce):
Yoo’lenu: يعلن
Bill (to enter in an accounting system):
Yoodkhilu: يدخل

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