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in·voice

 (ĭn′vois′)
n.
1. A detailed list of goods shipped or services rendered, with an account of all costs; an itemized bill.
2. The goods or services itemized in an invoice.
tr.v. in·voiced, in·voic·ing, in·voic·es
1. To make an invoice of (goods or services).
2. To send an invoice to; bill.

[Alteration of obsolete invoyes, pl. of invoy, invoice, from French envoi, a sending, shipment, from envoyer, to send; see envoy1.]

invoicing

(ˈɪnvɔɪsɪŋ)
n
(Commerce) the act or practice of presenting a customer with an invoice
Translations

invoicing

[ˈɪnvɔɪsɪŋ] Nfacturación f

invoicing

nFakturierung f; (of goods also)Berechnung f, → Inrechnungstellung f; (= invoiced sales)Fakturierungen pl
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