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    A five dollars bill or a five-dollar bill?

    Hello,
    Please, I'd appreciate if you would clarify which one is correct.

    A five dollars bill or a five-dollar bill?

    Thank you and Merry Christmas.

    Brian
    Last edited by metaphor2015; 27-Dec-2015 at 08:11.

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    Re: A five dollars bill or a five-dollar bill?

    Welcome to the forum, Brian.

    Quote Originally Posted by metaphor2015 View Post
    I'd appreciate it if you would clarify which one is correct.
    A five-dollar bill.

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