What does t-bill mean?

Definitions for t-bill
ˈtiˌbɪlt-bill

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word t-bill.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. a short-term obligation that is not interest-bearing (it is purchased at a discount); can be traded on a discount basis for 91 days

Wiktionary

  1. A Treasury bill.

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Numerology

  1. The numerical value of t-bill in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. The numerical value of t-bill in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of t-bill in a Sentence

  1. Former Sen. Bob Dole said. Former Sen. Bob Dole served in both the House and the Senate, before becoming the Republican Party’s nominee for the White House in 1996 – an election Former Sen. Bob Dole lost to Bill Clinton. Oh my gosh, Former Sen. Bob Dole is Former Sen. Bob Dole. I ’m so honored to have Former Sen. Bob Dole support and honored to have the support of literally hundreds of veterans, the policies of the Obama administration have left the Veterans Administration in an utter mess and one of my first priorities as president will be to fix this broken system and give our veterans the care they deserve. I ’m thankful for Senator Dole’s valued advice.

  2. The Republican Senate has started off as the least productive, most partisan, most contentious Senate in recent memory, from bypassing committees on every single bill so far to trying to silence senators who dared to disagree with him to failing to hold a single Friday vote, Sen. McConnell is running a closed and partisan process that is extremely unproductive for the middle class.

  3. After the bill died, Mr. Gonzalez returned to the private sector, anyone who is now trying to misconstrue his service in our office years ago is obviously trying to hurt Marco's presidential campaign.

  4. I spent seven years in the Justice Department trying to keep the politics out of law enforcement, Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld's trying to put it in.

  5. We plan to offer either later today or in the morning a bill that would redefine the 1962 trade act, as it relates to 232, the national security component, what this would do is redefine that and say that the president would go through the same steps that he goes through, but at the end of the day, if he decides that he wants to put tariffs in place, Congress would have to approve those.

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