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fiver

slang A five-dollar bill. Hey, can you loan me a fiver? I'm a little low on cash right now.
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fiver

(ˈfɑɪvɚ)
n. a five-dollar bill. (see also tenner.) Give him a fiver, and let’s get outa here.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The Bank said some banks and building societies may continue to accept the old fiver - but this is at their discretion.
The new Bank of England fiver is stronger than its predecessor and boasts new security features making it harder to counterfeit.
But now the micro-engraver has confirmed that, while there IS a fifth engraved fiver, it will NOT be put into circulation - but will instead go to a Jane Austen museum.
NORTH East owners of the newly issued fiver are attempting to rake in thousands by putting rare notes for sale on eBay.
"If you are looking for something to do with your first new fiver, donate to team HOPE," she said.
For example, ninth-grade Fivers take part in an Ethical Decision-Making class in which they learn to identify a moral issue, weigh their options, consider the stakeholders, and reflect on the decision.
The Bank of England is also working on a number of initiatives that work to get more fivers into circulation.
TONY: It's no surprise to anyone that Real Radio is Wales' biggest commercial radio station after our genius Fiver Fever competition got under way.
It was bizarre, surely, that Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, found it necessary to devote a fair chunk of his Mansion House speech on Wednesday night to the vexed question of why the fiver in your pocket is a "soiled and scruffy" thing.
Sanjay Majhu used his photo on copied Royal Bank of Scotland fivers for a curry promotion.
The Bank of England revealed the equivalent of three old fivers for every adult in the UK are still out there.
PEOPLE have just a week left to spend or bank the 155 million paper Bank of England fivers still in circulation before they lose their legal tender status.
You can get fivers in Northumberland Street from Yorkshire Bank's ATM, TSB's machines and the Post Office's.
The plastic fivers came out last week, but people have started selling them on sites such as eBay for more than PS200.