Definition of 'tenner'
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That extra tenner will come in very handy for your festive shopping. The Sun (2013)Monarch managed to charge a tenner to pay for all eight flights. The Sun (2012)The dish of the day with pud will cost you a tenner. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That extra tenner will come in handy. The Sun (2013)Some of my favourite finds of the past year cost under a tenner. Times, Sunday Times (2014)For an extra tenner each you can get ferry crossings thrown in too. The Sun (2010)So it could cost a tenner to getaway quickly after listening to three tenors. The Sun (2008)And you wonder why it costs a tenner to see a movie. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This suggests that our obvious beneficiaries will be companies providing them with somewhere to spend that extra tenner. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You can go in with a tenner and get three or four weeks' food. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Shop wisely and you'll find somewhere smart from less than a tenner per person per night. The Sun (2011)DON'T waste money backing this horse each way - always put a tenner on the nose. The Sun (2008)Pick yourself a winner and get your free tenner when you visit Ladbrokes. The Sun (2013)I went back to the shop and put a tenner in the till from my wallet. The Sun (2014)HOW far can your car get on a tenner of fuel? The Sun (2008)I put a tenner in the machine and won. The Sun (2012)And there are a manageable 66 runners this week which makes it worth a perm of around a tenner per person. The Sun (2008) SPEND a tenner and up the luxury, as there are some great offers around. The Sun (2014)THESE days you won't get much change from a tenner when you pay for your prescription. The Sun (2011)I really can't think of a better way to spend a tenner. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Afterwards I go for drinks with friends and we each put a tenner into a kitty. The Sun (2011)But, for a tenner per person per night, it did the job. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's fine if you've only got a tenner to spend on me. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If you say you've only got a tenner in your pocket, get it out. The Sun (2011)If you have a tenner to spend on a sparkler, France is the place to go. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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