a който струва шест пенса, за шест пенса
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{'sikspъni} а който струва шест пенса; за шест пенса.
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a който струва шест пенса, за шест пенса
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sixpenny[´sikspəni] adj 1. от (на стойност) шест пенса (пенита); a \sixpenny bit (piece) монета от шест пенса; 2. за шест пенса; a \sixpenny toy играчка за шест пенса.

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