Half-and-half definitions

hăf'ənd-hăf', häf'ənd-häf'
Being half one thing and half another.

A half-and-half mixture of linseed oil and turpentine.

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In equal portions.
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A mixture of two things in equal portions, especially a mixture of equal parts of milk and cream.
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A blend of beers, especially porter and ale.
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Being half one thing and half another.

A half-and-half mixture of linseed oil and turpentine.

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In equal portions.
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A mixture of two things in equal portions, especially a mixture of equal parts of milk and cream.
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A blend of beers, especially porter and ale.
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Something consisting of fifty percent one substance and fifty percent another substance.
  • A mixture of equal parts of milk and cream.
  • A drink of equal parts of porter and ale or of beer and stout.
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Combining two things equally.
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In two equal parts.
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Alternative spelling of half and half.
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Alternative spelling of half and half.
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In equal parts; half.
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In two equal parts.
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Half one thing and half another.
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(US) A mixture of cream and milk often used in coffee, defined by the US Food and Drug Administration to contain between 10.5% and 18% milk fat.
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A mixture of two alcoholic beverages, most frequently those brewed from malt, such as porter and ale or mild and bitter beers, in about equal parts; also used for equal parts of an alcoholic beverage and water.
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A person of mixed race or with dual nationality.
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(UK) A combination of both rice and chips as an accompaniment to a curry, as opposed to one or the other.
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(UK) A combination of beer and ale (similar alcoholic drinks) in equal quantities.
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