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Dictionary entry overview: What does go Dutch mean?
• GO DUTCH (verb)
The verb GO DUTCH has 1 sense:
1. share expenses equally and split the cost of something
Familiarity information: GO DUTCH used as a verb is very rare.
Dictionary entry details
|Sense 1||go Dutch [BACK TO TOP]|
Share expenses equally and split the cost of something
Verbs of buying, selling, owning
My boyfriend and I always go Dutch
Hypernyms (to "go Dutch" is one way to...):
pay (give money, usually in exchange for goods or services)
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