American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Not having been billed or charged for: unbilled medical charges.
- adj. Appearing, as in a movie, without being credited: an unbilled walk-on.
- adj. business Not yet having been billed
- un- + billed (Wiktionary)
“Long-term unbilled accounts receivable was $47 million, and long-term deferred revenue was $19 million.”
“The governor, he said, asked Campbell if there were any "unbilled" flights.”
“He added that the extra income Thames Water gets from currently unbilled customers will help to make water bills as affordable as possible for everyone.”
“When we find unbilled residential customers we can and will back-charge them to the date that they moved into the property, up to six years.”
“So at the beginning of this one show, George Harrison just shows up unbilled, a Beatle, just to show up on the Smothers Brothers.”
“It's amazing thinking of having a Beatle in 1968, unbilled and unannounced.”
“Mr. Wajsgras provided few details, but in a statement accompanying the company's second-quarter earnings report, Raytheon said it "intends to pursue vigorously the collection of the unbilled receivables and damages and defend itself against the claims for losses and previous payments" related to the canceled contract.”
“Energy company ignored 12-month limit on unbilled costs”
“The energy companies 'billing code entitles them to charge for no more than 12 months' unbilled charges.”
“Meanwhile, with $938 million in unbilled sales which are sales that have closed, but have yet to be recognized on the company's financial statements earnings should be steady, Goldman Sachs says.”
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