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allotment the act of allotting or something that is allotted; appropriation or share. [1/2 definitions]
a piece of the action (informal) a share of profits, or of some activity.
Australian of or concerning geographic regions including Australia that share common or related plant or animal species. [1/5 definitions]
bonus a share of profits paid to stockholders of a company. [1/3 definitions]
book value the value of a business, asset, share of stock, or the like, as shown in the financial accounting records. (Cf. market value.)
bracket a classification or grouping of people who share some characteristic such as age or amount of income. [1/7 definitions]
class a group of animals or things in which all members share certain characteristics; kind. [1/8 definitions]
commune2 a small group of people with shared interests who form a residential community in which members often share property, work, and income. [1/3 definitions]
concur to share the same opinion; agree. [1/3 definitions]
covalence the number of pairs of electrons that an atom can share with other atoms. [1/2 definitions]
cropper a person who raises crops on someone else's land, in return for a share of the harvest; sharecropper. [1/4 definitions]
deal1 to give out as one's proper share. [1/13 definitions]
divide to share equally. [1/8 definitions]
dividend a pro-rata share of a company's distributed earnings paid to stockholders or insurance policyholders. [2/4 definitions]
divvy (informal) to share (often fol. by up).
do one's bit to give one's effort to something; do one's share.
double up to share a living space intended for one. [1/2 definitions]
Dutch treat a date or other outing for which each person pays his or her own share.
end share or area of responsibility. [1/18 definitions]
ethnic of or related to a large group of people who share a distinctive culture, language, or religion, or who are of the same race or national heritage. [1/3 definitions]
ethnic group a group of people who share a distinctive culture, language, or religion, or who are of the same race or national heritage.