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divide/split (sth) down the middle

to separate, or to divide something, into two equal parts (把…)分成相等的兩部分;平分 Let's split the cost right down the middle. 費用我們各付一半吧。 The family is split down the middle on this issue. 在這個問題上全家人分成了兩派。 Separating and dividingSharing
Translations of “divide/split (sth) down the middle”
in Chinese (Simplified) (把…)分成相等的两部分, 平分…
(Definition of divide/split (sth) down the middle from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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