halves


Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

halves

 (hăvz, hävz)
n.
Plural of half.

halves

(hævz, hɑvz)

n.
pl. of half.
Idioms:
1. by halves, incompletely or halfheartedly.
2. go halves, to share equally; divide evenly.
Translations
polovici

halves

pl de half
References in periodicals archive ?
He was City's best player in both halves. 8 Silva Herrera tried to mark him out of the game in the first half - some chance of that.
Rice half and halves were initially popularized in the late 1970s in China.
Referees add more time to second halves than to first halves.
BET FROM CELEBRATE the launch of William Hill's brand new coupon Game of Two Halves with this FREE PS2 BET.
10 NEVER has the phrase "a game of two halves" been more apt than it was at Paton Field this weekend.
The refinance volume also increased 5.8 percent in the first half of 2008, based on data from repeater companies, which are participants that responded to the survey during both halves, said MBA.
What is a half and using halving Recognising a "half" in symmetrical pictures Halving shapes: shading halves Halving quantities (e.g., discrete quantities) Halving an amount (e.g., sharing a drink) Interpreting and using a half, halving and doubling in a range of contexts Repeated halving and what is a quarter Introducing repeated halving and recognising a "quarter" Using repeated halving to find a quarter from different wholes Interpreting and using a quarter, repeated halving, doubling and repeated doubling in a range of contexts
Offers standard off-the-shelf manifolds as well as fully customized manifolds and complete hot halves tailored to customer applications.
This MWO should be done immediately because some of the old coupling halves may leak and let chemical agent in the mask.