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be even

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe evenbe eveninformalOWE to no longer owe someone something, especially money If you give me $5, we’ll be even. even
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be evenIf you pay for my ticket, we'll be even.This is even before others realize their employers no longer will be able to deduct the cost of their health insurance.There are even classes in organizing.And the new bit was even harder to tell.I was even more irritated when I got indoors and the house was empty.The growth of cable networks is even more of a threat.It is even older than I am, and nearly as warped, and it may ache as much.My patients are even older than I am.He is even the subject of a play.
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