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    fiver

    Dear teachers,

    I should if it was my own fiver.

    According to the context "fiver" means five dollars. But I can't find the word fiver in my dictionaries.


    Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thank you in advance.

    Jiang

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    Re: fiver

    It's very commonly used in BrE to mean 5 but it's informal.

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    Re: fiver

    It's in these 33 dictionaries:

    Definitions of fiver - OneLook Dictionary Search

    Rover

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