[fif-tee-fif-tee] /ˈfɪf tiˈfɪf ti/
equally good and bad, likely and unlikely, favorable and unfavorable, etc.:
a fifty-fifty chance of winning.
in an evenly or equally divided way:
The board voted fifty-fifty on the merger.
go fifty-fifty (on), to share equally in the cost, responsibility, or profits (of):
We went fifty-fifty on the dinner check.
(informal) shared or sharing equally; in equal parts
Equally or fairly shared: split the pizza fifty-fifty (1913+)
see under under go halves
noun 1. the scene of a battle or duel.
- Field of force
noun 1. the region of space surrounding a body, such as a charged particle or a magnet, within which it can exert a force on another similar body not in contact with it See also electric field, magnetic field, gravitational field
noun 1. the area covered by a weapon or group of weapons firing from a given position. noun 1. the area that a weapon or group of weapons can cover with fire from a given position
noun, Military. 1. an officer holding a field grade. noun 1. an officer holding field rank, namely that of major, lieutenant colonel, or colonel