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or halv·sies  (hăv′zēz, häv′-)
pl.n. Slang
Used following the verb go to indicate that two people are equally sharing the expense for something: Let's go halfsies on the dinner bill.

[Probably alteration of earlier halvers, from halver, a half share, from halve.]
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You could even go halfsies, using some ground cumin in the batter and some seeds along with the mix-ins.
So when another friend emailed me a link to an auction for a similar airplane, with the simple question, "Halfsies?" the deal was all but done.
Me n my boyfriend r going halfsies as soon as we win big on the lotto, better start puttin it on then!
Then we are back to double-rides and going halfsies on