double bill
noun Date: 1917 a bill (as at a theater) offering two principal features

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  • double bill — double bills also double bill N COUNT: oft N of n A double bill is a theatre or cinema performance in which there are two shows on the programme …   English dictionary

  • double bill — n a cinema, theatre, concert etc performance in which you can see two films, plays etc, one after the other …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • double bill — noun count a movie or theater show that consists of two movies or performances one after the other …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • double bill — noun : a bill (as at a theater) offering two principal features * * * noun, pl ⋯ bills [count] : two movies, plays, concerts, etc., that are seen one after the other compare ↑double feature * * * ˌdouble ˈbill [double bill double bills …   Useful english dictionary

  • double-bill — /dub euhl bil /, v.t. 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. v.i. 3.… …   Universalium

  • double-bill — /dub euhl bil /, v.t. 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. v.i. 3.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • double bill — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms double bill : singular double bill plural double bills cinema a film or theatre show that consists of two films or performances one after the other …   English dictionary

  • double-bill — see double bill …   English dictionary

  • double-bill — dou′ble bill′ v. t. 1) cvb bus to bill (different accounts) for the same charge 2) mot to present (a film) in a double feature • Etymology: 1925–30 …   From formal English to slang

  • double bill — dou′ble bill′ n. double feature • Etymology: 1925–30 …   From formal English to slang

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