go fifty-fifty

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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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I am very happy if the UDRS is there when the match is going 50-50, it is important to have it," the Nation quoted Dilshan, as saying.
If this is true, it is ridiculous - it should be at least pounds 10 per race per shop, and then the racecourses should be going 50-50 with the owner.
Disney ended up owning all foreign territories -- with Sony and Beacon going 50-50 on the U.S.
Hughes will feature on the undercard when Alex Arthur defends his European super feather weight crown against Sergio Palomo, going 50-50 with an as yet unnamed opponent for a slice of the crowd's interest in the lead-up to the main event.
So the proposed solution is a return to the past, with the government going 50-50 on the cost of training traditional breeds of sheep guarding dogs, like Pyrenean Mountain dogs and the Italian Maremma.