go fifty-fifty

go fifty-fifty

To split something evenly between both parties. I promised the kids that I would go fifty-fifty with the last cookie. Because you helped me so much with the yard sale, I want to go fifty-fifty with the profits.
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go fifty-fifty

(on something) to divide the cost of something in half with someone. Todd and Jean decided to go fifty-fifty on dinner. The two brothers went fifty-fifty on a replacement for the broken lamp.
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They will sign an official agreement by the end of June after hammering out the specifics of the new manufacturing site, a Sony official said, adding the two companies will go fifty-fifty on the investment.
movie distributor, have agreed to go fifty-fifty on the production costs and profits of three new movies to be produced by Square Pictures.
Remember, you can go fifty-fifty, or ring your dealer