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Going Dutch

Going Dutch - to split the bill; to divide the bill; each person pays their part of the bill

  • Mary & I went to the movies, and we went dutch.
  • When I go out for coffee with my sister we do not go dutch. My sister pays for me.
  • We went going camping. We all went dutch.
  • I do not want to go dutch. I will pay for both of us.
  • Do you want to go to the zoo today? We can go dutch. It is $10 for each of us.
  • When you go out with out with your friends do you go dutch?

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