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To divide and dole out portions of something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "divvy" and "up." 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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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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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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