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gè fù gè de
phr. each person pays his or her own bill, go Dutch
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What is the context in which 各付各的 (gè fù gè de) is typically used?
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各付各的 (gè fù gè de) is a Chinese phrase that literally translates to "each person pays his or her own bill". It is typically used to indicate that each person should pay for their own expenses, such as when going out to eat or for drinks. It is the equivalent of the English phrase "go Dutch". It is often used in the context of a group of people going out together, and is a way of avoiding the awkwardness of one person having to pay for everyone else.
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