fair do's

fair do's

A phrase used when one is emphasizing their belief that something is fair. Come on, you need to watch the kids tonight because I do it all the time—fair do's.
See also: fair

fair dos

used to request just treatment or to accept that it has been given. British informal
See also: DOS, fair
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Fair do's though, the pair don't take anything from the public purse.
"He thought Zak at the time was going to be a bit better in that spot for that game so I thought fair do's, I'll take it on the chin.
If the review had been over the top I would have said fair do's, I know what it's like to have annoying customers.
"They've supplemented this guy for a lot of money, so fair do's to the sporting connections for that gesture."
Paying tribute to the winner, the 19-times champion said: "Fair do's to the Bradstocks for running him.
Fair do's for the Welsh Team T management, they stuck to the 27 target.
"Fair do's to them because they have done it consistently all season.
And I can't believe I'm saying this, but fair do's Wayne Rooney.
"If David Beckham can get a cap for 15 minutes as a sub I can claim my games as firstteam appearances." Fair do's.
"I rang a couple of managers, I spoke to them about their players, then they asked about a couple of mine, he told me to p*** off and I told him the same, so it's fair do's," said McCarthy.
The progress made over the last six months - and fair do's to the two Andys, Strauss and Flower - has been fantastic." (ANI)
I hope it's us but if they are the ones who clinch it fair do's to them.
What I wanted to know was what the track was like at 1pm - if parts were still frozen, then fair do's. We'll just have to see how the horses are when they get back."
There's plenty of room for more than one camp comic." Fair do's.
"He was sharp and fair do's because he's a quality operator.
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