fair dos

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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"Trini: fair dos to them, the first eight minutes of every quarter they really came hard and seemed to die off towards the end.
"Fair dos to residents, they've put up with an awful lot at the start of this, but there's hardly been any complaints.
FAIR DOS to media savvy Newcastle who populated the Twittersphere on Thursday with enticements to visit the track for its All England Cup final night.
Although fair dos. As a dad to two toddlers that's pretty much how he went on to it.
Kim Jong-un barely gets a wink, but, fair dos, the North Korean despot worries that assassins will creep up on him if he nods off.
Fair dos - that's what Great Britain should be all about.
If you're buying a dryer then fair dos. But a couple of NEXT bags shouldn't be much of a problem to carry an extra 300 yards.
We all like a good fairytale and, fair dos, the DWP have written one even beyond their wildest imagination.
He should never have raised his hand to her, fair dos. Her fault for pushing him to the limit, that.
FAIR DOs: The many facets of the Year 8 Enterprise Fair.
Fair dos, she has completely transformed her body - and now competes in body building tournaments, and is probably going to do really well.
No phone there either but, fair dos, they took us in, cooked a fry-up and towed us to the nearest garage.
Fair dos. He's been doing his nature shows for so long now, the apes that he first filmed have now evolved into humans.
But fair dos. Better to get down to it than go wandering around the houses.