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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.

fiver

(ˈfɑɪvɚ)
n. a five-dollar bill. (see also tenner.) Give him a fiver, and let’s get outa here.
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Old paper fivers and the new PS5 note have co-existed since the polymer banknote was first issued by the Bank in September 2016.
To celebrate the launch of the plastic fivers last year, Mr Short was commissioned by the Bank of England to put his unique mini engravings on to four of the notes.
Across the country people are putting their fivers up for sale on eBay, hoping to make a nice profit.
Ms Cleland added: The Bank has been working with the cash industry throughout this important and exciting project and were grateful for their efforts in making the introduction of The New Fiver a success.
Staff members build relationships with children during a two-week stay at Camp Fiver, a residential summer camp nestled in the peaceful hamlet of Poolville.
The city has a road in Foleshill named in her honour, although misspelled, it is remembered on the fiver. Austen also has links with the area as she was related to aristocratic Leigh family of Stoneleigh and visited at least once.
Bank Machine MD, Ron Delnevo, explains, "The fiver was almost extinct two years ago.
ORLANDO -- Consider a diagnosis other than nonalcoholic fatty fiver disease when an obese child or adolescent presents with elevated levels of the fiver enzyme alanine aminotransferase, a retrospective study suggests.
Representatives from financial website moneysupermarket.com walked up and down busy streets in London and Manchester yesterday wearing sandwich boards promising a free fiver to anyone who asked.
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.
Insecticides will be sprayed along fiver banks, flowing water, and swampy areas.
In 1997, it accidentally struck a bridge abutment in the fiver, causing a small amount of damage to the ship's railing.
That time before, I had offered him a fiver to back tail revert down the escalator at the deep end of the halfpipe.
My wife found out I'd lost pounds 20 putting a fiver on four horses in the Grand National and she went berserk.
The proposal resulted from an observation at the Aircraft Radio Laboratory, NAS Anacostia, when a passing fiver steamer interrupted experimental high-frequency radio transmissions between Anacostia and a receiver across the fiver.