Translation of tenner in Spanish:


billete de diez dólares, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛnər//ˈtɛnə/


  • 1US slang

    billete de diez dólares masculine
    diez dólares masculine
    diez verdes masculine South America informal
    • It's amazing how little fun you can have for a tenner these days.
    • The trader dishes the CDs out as fivers and tenners change hands.
    • The cash machine started to deliver £20 notes instead of the tenners people were expecting.
    • These wines will cost around a tenner a bottle.
    • If you chase someone to repay the tenner you lent them, you look mean-spirited and churlish.
    • I got one donation of £50, and lots of people gave tenners - I've been given over £150 so far.
    • The next time I saw him he was counting out a huge roll of tenners on the front seat of his van.
    • The rug was a fake and cost me a tenner down Greenwich market.
    • I thrust a tenner at a passing waiter to pay for the drinks.
    • At the end of the day I found that I had accepted two forged tenners.
    • He pulls a roll of notes from his back pocket and peels off a tenner.
    • They'll never remember to pay you and even if they do, they'll mix up tenners and fivers.
    • He pulled his dad's old wallet from his pocket and took out our ten crisp tenners.
    • One hundred crisp tenners would come in very handy.
    • Most of us have some experience of winning the odd tenner on the lottery.
    • He stuffed one hand in his pocket and pulled out a bunch of tenners.
    • A decent meal for around a tenner still stands as good value in my book.
    • I found a tenner on the floor in the pub.
    • Last year it was £15 but it's just a tenner this year.
    • People are collecting anything from a few tenners to hundreds of pounds.
  • 2British informal

    billete de diez libras masculine
    diez libras feminine