plural noun(in phrase go halvers) informal, chiefly Scottish & Northern English
Agree to have a half share each: how did I ever go halvers with this guy?
More example sentences
- Well, my brother wants to go halvers on a dual exhaust system for my dad's Christmas present this year.
- I confess to a certain self-interest here, as I still had hopes of his going halvers on a ticket.
- Inasmuch as the contest was a traditional rivalry, both sides went halvers for a $10 umpire from Memphis, Tenn.
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