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Synonyms for half

fifty per cent

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  • fifty per cent
  • equal part

not half: not nearly

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not half: absolutely

Synonyms for half

one of two equal parts of a divisible whole

one of two divisions into which some games or performances are divided: the two divisions are separated by an interval

consisting of one of two equivalent parts in value or quantity

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partial

(of siblings) related through one parent only

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Carley Brooke Wyatt and Paul Alexander Kuhne exchanged marriage vows at half past one o'clock in the afternoon on September 13, 2008.
From half past one to half past five ripples of dissent flowed inside and outside the Gallowgate ground.
I WOULD like to know can anyone from Royal Mail explain to me why we are getting more post at half past one, or two o'clock in the afternoon when we used to get it by half past nine in the morning?
IT'S half past one in the morning and, across the frosted rooftops, the Liver Birds are silhouetted against an enormous full moon.
I wasn't much fun to be with between half past one and half-two.
Then we went to a park and were on the swings until half past one in the morning,''he said in an interview afterwards.
Mrs Crane said: 'It took the police from noon until half past one to saw through the chains between our members.
We started speaking again around half past one in the morning.
I was asleep, then I heard someone walk up the stairs at about half past one - it seemed creepy.
Earlier in the interview, Jay - now nine - said: "I was asleep, then I heard someone walk up the stairs at about half past one - it seemed creepy.
I haven't forgotten the tense hours I used to spend on motorways up and down the country, anxiously hoping Botham could stay in long enough for me to get home and watch a bit, instead of having to set an alarm clock to wake up for the highlights at half past one in the morning.