double-bill [duhb-uh l-bil] Word Origin verb (used with object)

  1. to bill (different accounts) for the same charge: He double-billed different clients for the same business trip.
  2. to place (a motion picture) on a double bill: The film is being double-billed in some theaters.

verb (used without object)

  1. to bill different accounts for the same charge.

Origin of double-bill First recorded in 1925–30 double bill noun

  1. double feature.

Origin of double bill First recorded in 1925–30 British Dictionary definitions for double-bill double bill noun

  1. a programme or event with two main items

Idioms and Phrases with double-bill double bill

see double feature.

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