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1. half a pint, esp of beer
2. Scot a small drink of spirits, esp whisky
3. Golf an equal score on a hole or round with an opponent
4. (in various games) either of two periods of play separated by an interval (the first half and second half)
5. short for halfpenny
6. Sport short for halfback

What does it mean when you dream about a half of something?

The notion of half can be expressed in dreams in a number of different ways. A door half open can indicate indecision. If cut in half, one is in conflict with oneself, between one’s mind and one’s body.

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Their half-heartedness soon allowed the Conservatives to recover power.
Government policy moves fail to combat inflation because of half-heartedness.
Despite the half-heartedness of Somoza's tepid populism, there are notable similarities between the Nicaraguan case and those of populist politics in Peru and Venezuela during the post-war years.
Knowing that it was futile before I opened my mouth meant that there was a half-heartedness with which I approached it, and that was probably inappropriate.
His squad small and beset by injuries, partly through the half-heartedness of certain senior players whose pain threshold has not always seemed to be where it ought to be, Coleman has had very few options to change things up since he took over as manager.
The fact that he was so derided by many people because of his supposed half-heartedness, only served to make me support him all the more earnestly.