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fiver

noun [C] uk   /ˈfaɪ.vər/  us   /-vɚ/
UK informal five pounds, or a note worth five pounds: This CD only cost me a fiver. Can you change a tenner for two fivers?
See also
US informal a five dollar bill
Translations of “fiver”
in Chinese (Traditional) 五英鎊(鈔票)…
in Russian пять фунтов (стерлингов)…
in Turkish 5 sterlinlik kağıt para…
in Chinese (Simplified) 5英镑(钞票)…
in Polish piątak, piątka…
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