finance bill

finance bill
1. : a bill of exchange drawn usually by one bank on another bank for the purpose of transferring funds as a result of loans or for temporarily procuring money by discounting the bill
2. : a legislative act to provide the necessary funds for the public treasury : a revenue bill — compare money bill

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a bill or act of a legislature to obtain funds for the public treasury.

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finance bill,
1. a legislative bill to appropriate money for governmental expenses.
2. a bill of exchange drawn by one bank on another as part of a financial transaction between them.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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