- billing bill‧ing [ˈbɪlɪŋ] noun1. [uncountable] ACCOUNTING preparing and sending to customers lists of amounts of money owed for goods or services:
• Ineffective credit control and billing procedures resulted in an unacceptable level of bad debts.ˌitemized ˈbilling also itemised billing ACCOUNTING[uncountable] preparing and sending to customers detailed lists showing all goods and services they have received and are being charged for, rather than just a total amount2. billings [plural] ACCOUNTING the total value of sales made by a company in a particular period of time:
• The company's UK turnover was £2.5 million, with world-wide billings around £7 million.3. [uncountable] MARKETING the way that something is described in advertisements:
• Only a small number of overseas visitors attend each year, and the festival hardly merits its `International' billing.
* * *billing UK US /ˈbɪlɪŋ/ noun► [U] ACCOUNTING, COMMERCE the process of sending someone a document asking them to pay for goods or services that they have received: »
Vivian quit her job in the billing department.»
an electronic billing system● billings — Cf. billings► [C or U] the way in which something is advertised or described: billing as sth »
She has secured a billing as the ""top businesswoman of the year"".
Financial and business terms. 2012.