[haf-shair, hahf-] /ˈhæfˈʃɛər, ˈhɑf-/
a share, as in profits, equal to one half.
a claim to half the income from a share of stock.
noun 1. either of the halves of a double-shelled creature, as of an oyster, clam, or other bivalve mollusk.
adjective Drunk; half-drunk: when they were half shot with beer (1837+)
[haf-seez, hahf-, hav-zeez, hahv-] /ˈhæf siz, ˈhɑf-, ˈhæv ziz, ˈhɑv-/ plural noun, Informal. 1. .
adjective 1. (of a mirror) having an incomplete reflective coating, so that half the incident light is reflected and half transmitted: used in optical instruments and two-way mirrors