One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to request just treatment or accept that it has been given.‘Fair dos—you don't believe I've been idle all this time?’
- ‘However, in fair dos to the man, he sorted out New Zealand Rail and made it efficient for 1 year, and he made it available to -’
- ‘If Will and Trond can attract tourism into the Borders by doing this then fair dos.’
- ‘Bookies don't normally like to pay out, but fair dos to him.’
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