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Dutch

noun A slang term for a bisexual man.
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Over 100 companies have used the Going Dutch programme to win first time business in Europe and it has delivered Au20million of new business over the past five years.
The good folk from Holland were up for a party and it was obviously going to be a cheap night as everyone was going Dutch (couldn't resist dropping that one in, for the unfamiliar 'go dutch' (verb) means share expenses equally and split the cost of something).
Since the 50-50 Sidewalk Program started in July, 500 property owners have applied for the pleasure of going Dutch to have the city repair the sidewalks crossing their property lines.
Dunedin Sprite Hurdle: 1 Selby Ben, 2 Fine Honcho, 3 Going Dutch, 4 Go Dutch, 5 Selsey Billy, (w) 6 Corelish Cruiser (w).
Meanwhile Dunfermline boss Jimmy Calderwood is going Dutch again this summer in a bid to repeat last season's quick start
CELTIC are going Dutch in a bid to have a perfect pitch for next season.
GOING Dutch proved the perfect tonic for Holmfirth racer Joe irving.
ALBION will be going Dutch as part of their preparations for the Premier League.