go Dutch


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go Dutch

[for each person in a pair or a group] to pay for himself or herself. I don't want you to pay for my ticket. Let's go Dutch. Is it still considered a date if you go Dutch?
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go Dutch

to share the cost of something, especially a meal 'Will you let me take you out tonight?' 'As long as we go Dutch.'
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go Dutch

see under Dutch treat.
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go Dutch

in. [for two people] to split the cost of something, such as a meal. (see also Dutch treat.) How about dinner tonight? We’ll go Dutch, okay?
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go Dutch

To pay one's own expenses on a date or outing.
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In the case of Go Dutch Edam, the pack is red-echoing Edam's traditional red wax coat - with a windmill on the front to help identify the product as a Dutch cheese.
Dunedin Sprite Hurdle: 1 Selby Ben, 2 Fine Honcho, 3 Going Dutch, 4 Go Dutch, 5 Selsey Billy, (w) 6 Corelish Cruiser (w).
FURIOUS DICK ADVOCAAT last night threw down a challenge to the critics of his go Dutch policy.
BONJOUR Ellie can't wait to see Paris GO DUTCH Amsterdam is also on the list CHILD'S PLAY Ellie Kenny with dad Brian and her beloved dolls which she is bringing along
The others could never strike a telling blow, with Go Dutch staying on from off the pace to finish third.
However, the survey results indicate that many Irish women are now only too happy to go Dutch.
Yet another clash between novices Coogee Tel Boy and High Roller is scheduled, with the pair likely to face stiff opposition from new event favourite Go Dutch, an impressive heat winner, and front-runner Notanotherphoto.
45pm live on Sky Sports) promises to be a scrappy rather than breathtaking affair, and that would play right into the hands of the strongest runner in the race, Go Dutch.
Meanwhile, United will go Dutch this summer as manager Alex Smith plans for his first full season in charge.
Tuesday's final, live on Sky, could provide a blanket finish, and I'm bullish about strong-running Go Dutch.
HEARTS are to go Dutch in the summer as they prepare for their assault on the top of the SPL next season.
James Davies, son of former top jump jockey Hywel, partnered his first winner over hurdles when steering Graceful Dancer to a two-length verdict from Lets Go Dutch in the amateur jockeys' handicap hurdle.
Dutch job centres report huge numbers of vacancies for electricians, brickies, welders and other trades and the race is on to entice Irish brickies and other tradesmen to go Dutch.
There are five Springbok trial stakes planned for Saturday at Wimbledon, while local hopes Go Dutch and Tee To Green clash in a graded event tonight.
SHAMROCK sellers are having to go Dutch to meet the St Patrick's Day demand.