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divvy up

To divide and dole out portions of something. All right, let's divvy up the cash and then go our separate ways. Who wants to divvy up the pizza?
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divvy up

v.
To divide something into parts or portions for distribution: The thieves went back to the cabin to divvy up the loot. My grandparents gave me $100, and I divvied it up among my brothers, sisters, and me.
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divvy

(ˈdɪvi)
n. a share of something. (see also divvy something up.) How much is my divvy?

divvy something up

tv. to divide something up. They divvied up the fish and drove back to the city.
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He starts by imagining 100 people landing on a new planet and trying to figure out the best way to divvy up the work and allocate the rewards.
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A plan to introduce a bicycle sharing program in Grayslake similar to Chicago's Divvy bikes will be submitted next week to the Regional Transit Authority to be considered for funding.
It would have to be a black eye, a blackjack habit, crack, to divvy up
The mayor has done well with the Cunard Building and finding money for other things, so it is out there." PAUL BLACKWELL SAYS: "The Co-Op is known for its dividends, but it seemed to have found a prize divvy in Paul Flowers, its ex-banking chairman.
I'll divvy 'em up between the authors of my favourite slogans.
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But last night a bitter political row broke out over how to divvy up the extra cash.
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The county and the team were supposed to divvy up arena profits 20/80, but after the first five years the Panthers had pocketed $53.7 million and Broward just $331,206, according to columnist Michael Mayo of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
His immediate family and a small gang of "business people" divvy up the nation's oil wealth among themselves.