divvy

英 ['dɪvɪ] 美 ['dɪvi]
  • vi. 分摊
  • n. 部分;分配
  • vt. 分摊
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divvy 分摊,分享

来自dividend的口语。

divvy (v.)
1872, American English, originally a noun, a slang shortening of dividend; the verb was in use by 1877 and is primary now (the noun is not in "Webster's New World Dictionary"), leading some (such as "Webster's") to think the word is a slang alteration of divide. Related: Divvying. In early 20c. British slang the same word was a shortening of divine (adj.).
1. Johnson was free to divvy up his share of the money as he chose.
约翰逊可以自行分派他那份钱。

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2. The thieves agreed to divvy up with the spoils.
盗贼们同意把赃物瓜分掉.

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3. Let's divvy it up between us.
我们两人把它平分吧.

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4. Divvy up the money between us.
我们把钱平分了吧.

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5. Give me my divvy.
把我的一份给我吧.

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