go Dutch

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a. Of or relating to the Netherlands or its people or culture.
b. Of or relating to the Dutch language.
2. Archaic
a. German.
b. Of or relating to any of the Germanic peoples or languages.
3. Of or relating to the Pennsylvania Dutch.
1. (used with a pl. verb)
a. The people of the Netherlands.
b. Archaic A Germanic people.
c. The Pennsylvania Dutch.
a. The official West Germanic language of the Netherlands and one of the official languages of Belgium.
b. Archaic One or more of the West Germanic languages of Germany, Switzerland, and the Low Countries.
3. Slang Anger or temper.
go Dutch
To pay one's own expenses on a date or outing.
in Dutch
In disfavor or trouble.

[Middle English Duch, German, Dutch, from Middle Dutch Dūtsch; see teutā- in Indo-European roots.]

go Dutch

To share the cost of something, especially on a date where each person pays his or her own way.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.go Dutch - share expenses equally and split the cost of something; "My boyfriend and I always go Dutch"
pay - give money, usually in exchange for goods or services; "I paid four dollars for this sandwich"; "Pay the waitress, please"
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And it turns out that we don't like to go Dutch, with more gents opting to pay than in other areas of the country too.
Some 62% of females said they would go Dutch, while 63% of men banked on forking out.
SUNDERLAND are hoping to go Dutch in their search for a new manager - because they rate Dick Advocaat so highly, writes Alan Oliver.
Go Dutch on a mini-cruise to Amsterdam with DFDS Seaways for as little as PS49pp.
The Love Cycling Go Dutch event, which continues today, includes lectures from journalists and planners from the Netherlands explaining how they transformed the country into the world's safest place to cycle.
The Love Cycling, Go Dutch event at Newcastle Civic centre today and tomorrow, will show city leaders how Dutch politicians and planners have transformed the Netherland into a safe sustainable haven for cycling.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Stirrup 9 Mynah 10 Ozone 11 Earthen 12 Nod 13 Princess 16 Trial run 17 Let 19 Go dutch 21 Radio 22 Ounce 23 Pensive DOWN: 1 Astound 2 Disorder 3 Brae 4 American 5 Inch 6 Rhino 8 Premiership 13 Prattles 14 Salad oil 15 Stroked 18 Egg on 20 Done 21 Rune QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Showjumping 8 Woe 9 Elf 11 Elastic 12 Loser 13 Lop 14 Tee 15 Lenient 17 Hit 19 Each 21 East 23 Pond 25 Pram 27 Dew 29 Penalty 31 Ali 34 Eve 36 Corgi 37 Pork pie 38 Ego 39 Ill 40 Once or twice DOWN: 1 Solo 2 Heap 3 Witness 4 Urchin 5 Pylon 6 Nest 7 Glee 8 Welsh 10 Fresh 16 Ten 18 Tea 20 Add 22 Amp 24 Outgrow 25 Peace 26 Pamper 28 Wheel 30 Exile 32 Logo 33 Iron 34 Epic 35 Vile
Londoners deserve the well designed junctions which the Mayor promised when he signed up to the Go Dutch standards, but that will only happen if the Mayor makes these schemes a budget priority.
The warning came as the company - which supplies the Go Dutch, Monterey Jack 1840 and Hawkes Bay brands to the Mults - reported a 129.
Conclusion This looks a match with Tidal's Baby and at odds against I'll take Go Dutch.
Nottingham Forest boss McClaren spent his share of the press conference discussing where the pair were going to eat and whether a Swede and an Englishman could actually go Dutch, while Leicester's manager was more concerned that a glass of wine would be waiting for him in the home manager's office.
SFA chief Gordon Smith wants Scotland to go Dutch by introducing the youth guidelines that saved Dennis Bergkamp and Marc Overmars (below) from being dumped by Ajax as teenagers.