Definition of no bill in US English:

no bill

noun

US
Criminal Law
  • A notation made by a grand jury on an indictment presented to it, when it finds insufficient evidence for prosecution; a case or indictment rejected on these grounds. Also interjection, as an endorsement.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Complete Juryman. From no + bill.

Pronunciation

no bill

/ˌnəʊ ˈbɪl/