"$5 bills in slang" NYT crossword answer is:ABES (4 letters length)
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The $5 bill has been a staple of American currency for decades and has been given various nicknames over the years. Common slang terms for the $5 bill include "fin" or "five-spot," and more recently, "fiver" or "five-dollar bill." The $5 bill is also sometimes referred to as a "lincoln," in reference to the image of Abraham Lincoln that appears on the front of the bill.