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billed (BILD) (verb)
1. Presenting a charge or writing a statement of an amount owing for an item or service: The hotel billed the traveler for the cost of his room and his meals.
2. Writing an announcement for public information: The actor was billed to play Romeo in the upcoming play.
build (BILD) (verb)
To form or to construct an edifice or a thought by assembling the necessary pieces: The carpenters will build a garage for the car once the lumber has been delivered.
build (BILD) (noun)
The shape and size of a person's body: Alvin has a strong and muscular build.

Kim hired a contractor to build her new home; later, he also billed her for drilling a well.

A unit related to: “build
(Latin: a suffix; make, do, build, cause, produce)
(Latin: to build, to erect a building; a building, a sanctuary, a temple; originally, aedes, "building a hearth" or "to build a hearth" because the fire in the hearth was the center of the home in early times since it supplied both heat and light; over time, the meaning expanded from the hearth itself to the home and building that enclosed it)
(Latin: to make, to do, to build, to cause, to produce; forming, shaping)
(Latin: to build, to build up; to pile; to construct; to place together, to arrange)