an even ten/fifty/hundred, etc.

an even ten/fifty/hundred, etc.
an even ten/fifty/hundred, etc.
INFORMAL used to describe a number that ends in 0, not more or less than that number: »

""Will you sell it for $45?"" ""Make it an even fifty and you got a deal.""

Main Entry: even

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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