Definition of fiver in English:

fiver

Syllabification: fiv·er
Pronunciation: /ˈfīvər
 
/

noun

informal
  • 1North American A five-dollar bill.
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    • What makes the whole operation so charming is that it seems like no one's dropping anything even as heavy as a fiver, so you lose your cash dollar by dollar.
    • The fiver will be paid back next Saturday at the pub.
    • I love mix tapes as much as the next cheapskate, but I like to get them for a fiver from my local market bootlegger.
  • 1.1British A five-pound note.
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    • The Treasury is planning to make the nation's money go further by replacing all its fivers with plastic bank notes.
    • They'll never remember to pay you in that state and even if they do, they'll mix up tenners and fivers - a fact which won't always work in your favour.
    • His helper passes the CDs to him from a three-feet-deep cardboard box and the trader dishes them out to supporters as fivers and tenners change hands.

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