Should I use "doctor's bills" or "doctors' bills" in the following?
All the money went on doctor’s bills.
I'd appreciate your help.
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There are four scenarios, where three and four are semantically equivalent:
Nota bene: If there is one doctor and many bills, the determiner "a" must be used, as in Line One.
The last one is the use of a noun as adjective. Sentence three and four can express the idea of more than one doctor and more than one bill.
You can use went on, but I prefer went to.