English version

be billed to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe billed to do somethingbe billed to do somethingif someone is billed to appear, perform etc somewhere, it has been planned and advertised that they will do this Johnson was billed to speak at two conferences. bill
Examples from the Corpus
be billed to do somethingUlster Unionist leader Jim Molyneaux is billed to speak at two conference fringe meetings.On 20 April 1871 he was billed to speak in Whitehaven, on the Cumberland coast.
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