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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “divvy sth up”

divvy sth up

mainly US informal phrasal verb with divvy /ˌdɪv.i/ verb
to share something between a number of people
分享;分擔,分攤
They haven't yet decided how to divvy up the proceeds from the sale.
他們還沒決定好如何分配銷售收入。
Sharing
(Definition of divvy sth up from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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