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Meaning of “fifty-fifty” - Learner’s Dictionary

fifty-fifty

adjective, adverb     /ˌfɪftiˈfɪfti/ informal
shared equally between two people: Let's divide the bill fifty-fifty.Sharing
a fifty-fifty chance
If something has a fifty-fifty chance, it is equally likely to happen or not to happen: We have a fifty-fifty chance of winning the game.Possible and probableImpossible and improbable
Translations of “fifty-fifty”
in Russian поровну, пополам…
in Turkish yarı yarıya…
in Polish po połowie…
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