English version

share-out

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshare-outˈshare-out noun [countable usually singular] British English  when something, especially money or property, is divided between two or more people, or the amount each person receives when it is divided
Examples from the Corpus
share-outAnd now, it seemed, there was to be some sort of share-out between himself and Louise.We saw the goal of feminist socialists as raising the status of women and to include them in the share-out.
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