Definition of fair dos in English:

fair dos

phrase

British
informal
  • 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?’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘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 -’