be even (with someone)

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be even (with someone)

1. To not be indebted (to someone) for something; to not owe (someone) anything. I helped Sarah set up the community center for her casino night in return for her helping me move, so she and I are even now. Tell you what: buy me dinner this Friday. That way, you'll be even with me for the money I lent you.
2. To no longer have cause to seek revenge (against someone). You broke the tail light on my car, so I slashed your tires—now we're even.
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He added: We're even aiming at different demographics.
Now that we're even more confident about who we are, we know our audience will be even more engaged.
We're even more curious if any tension will be in the air between the two divas that have both gotten up close and personal with Casper.
We can continue to work on our fluency and execution to make sure we're even better when we face Leeds.
According to forecasters Teesside ISN'T going to be dusted with the white stuff this Christmas - and we're even set for a bit of sunshine.
Now we're even more smitten, as the British brand has introduced a new hi-tech facial with seven tailor-made treatments for specific skin types.
And ahead of their title defence, Bermingham told Mirror Sport: "I think we're even stronger than last year.
And we're even more glad his Mum (Rebecca Front) is back: she's the real star.
It begs the question why we're even mentioned in these stories," Teague said.
Honda (UK) Motorcycles' general manager Steve Martindale said: "We're delighted and we're even more encouraged that it was our customers and the great British biking public who voted to say that Honda gave them the best experience.
So with that in mind, we're even more appreciative to you for parting with your hard-earned cash to buy Wales on Sunday.
The whole kennel seems to be flying at the moment and we're even winning races with greyhounds you wouldn't necessarily expect to," said Wallis.
After what happened last year, we're even more determined in Europe.
Every now and then we get a press release that reminds that 1) we're lucky to still have jobs, and 2) we're even luckier that we're not PR executives.
We're even thinking of not having a press screening because we don't think anyone will be able to keep it secret.