fiver


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fiv·er

 (fī′vər)
n. Informal
1. A five-dollar bill.
2. Chiefly British A five-pound note.

fiver

(ˈfaɪvə)
n
1. (Currencies) (in Britain) a five-pound note
2. (Currencies) (in the US) a five-dollar bill

fiv•er

(ˈfaɪ vər)

n. Informal.
1. a five-dollar bill.
2. Brit. a five-pound note.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fiver - a United States bill worth 5 dollarsfiver - a United States bill worth 5 dollars
bank bill, bank note, banker's bill, banknote, Federal Reserve note, government note, greenback, bill, note - a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank); "he peeled off five one-thousand-zloty notes"
nickel note, nickel - five dollars worth of a drug; "a nickel bag of drugs"; "a nickel deck of heroin"
Translations
ورقَة نقديه بقيمة 5
pětka
femmer
ötdollárosötfontos bankjegy
fimm pund/dollarar
päťka
beşlik

fiver

[ˈfaɪvəʳ] N (= banknote) (Brit) → billete m de cinco libras (US) → billete de cinco dólares; (= amount) (Brit) → cinco libras fpl (US) → cinco dólares mpl

fiver

[ˈfaɪvər] n
(British)billet m de cinq livres
(US)billet m de cinq dollarsfive-star hotel nhôtel m cinq étoiles

fiver

n (inf)Fünfpfund-/Fünfdollarschein m

fiver

[ˈfaɪvəʳ] n (fam) (Brit) → biglietto da cinque sterline (000) (Am) → biglietto da cinque dollari

five

(faiv) noun
1. the number or figure 5.
2. the age of 5.
adjective
1. 5 in number.
2. aged 5.
five-
having five (of something). a five-apartment house.
ˈfiver noun
(a banknote worth) #5 or $5. It cost me a fiver.
ˈfive-year-old noun
a person or animal that is five years old.
adjective
(of a person, animal or thing) that is five years old.
References in classic literature ?
But I'm always ready to back my opinion on a matter of fowls, and I have a fiver on it that the bird I ate is country bred.
Well, then, you've lost your fiver, for it's town bred," snapped the salesman.
I'll lay you a fiver,' said I, 'that when he has my offer you'll never so much as hear from him again.
Just at this moment I am hard up myself for a fiver.
I'll give you a fiver, and you can go away from Saturday to Monday.
As to money, well, so far as a fiver or even a tenner goes you can always look to me.
Never mind," he said, with a short laugh, "I meant to give you a fiver, but it don't make much odds.
If a fiver isn't enough for you, make it a tenner, but keep her going where I put her.
I'll bet a fiver it isn't loaded," Bertie proposed warmly.
I had intended to slip a fiver into his hand, but for all his surprise, he was too quick for me.
I like you still better,' I said, adding a second fiver.
So he is to have a fiver a week while he keeps me alive, and he's going to be married next month.