- n. 兵舍；军营；工作职位
- vt. 给（部队）安排住处
- n. (Billet)人名；(德)比勒特；(法)比耶
- billet (v.)
- 1590s, "to assign quarters to," earlier, as a noun, "official record or register" (Middle English), from Anglo-French billette "list, schedule," diminutive of bille (see bill (n.1)) with -let. Related: Billeted; billeting.
- billet (n.1)
- thick stick of wood, mid-15c., from Middle French billette, diminutive of bille "stick of wood" (see billiards).
- billet (n.2)
- "document, note;" see billet-doux.
- 1. Soldiers were billet ed in all the houses of the village.
- 2. We arrange with the townspeople to billet the students.
- 3. The old mansion served as the soldiers'billet for a week.
- 4. He landed a lucrative billet with a publishing house.
- 5. Every bullet has its billet.
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