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fives British & World English

A game, played especially in the UK, in which a ball is hit with a gloved hand or a bat against the walls of a court with three walls (Eton fives) or four walls (Rugby fives)

five British & World English

A group or unit of five people or things

under-fives British & World English

Children who are less than five years old, especially those who are not in full-time education

forty-five British & World English

A record played at 45 rpm; a single

high five British & World English

A gesture of celebration or greeting in which two people slap each other’s palms with their arms raised

high-five in high five British & World English

Greet (someone) by slapping the palms of their raised arms with one’s own

nine-to-five British & World English

A nine-to-five job

Eton fives in fives British & World English

A game, played especially in the UK, in which a ball is hit with a gloved hand or a bat against the walls of a court with three walls (Eton fives) or four walls (Rugby fives)

Rugby fives in fives British & World English

A game, played especially in the UK, in which a ball is hit with a gloved hand or a bat against the walls of a court with three walls (Eton fives) or four walls (Rugby fives)

under-fives New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

children less than five years old

bunch of fives English-Spanish

puño masculine

the school accepts (the) rising fives in rising English-Spanish

el colegio admite a los niños que están por cumplir los cinco años