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quid

noun [C]
 
 
/kwɪd/ ( plural quid) UK informal
a pound (= UK unit of money): This bike's not bad for twenty quid.British moneyInformal words for money
Translations of “quid”
in Spanish libra…
in Korean 파운드…
in Arabic جُنيه إنجليزي…
in Portuguese libra…
in Catalan lliura…
in Japanese ポンド(英国の貨幣)…
in Italian sterlina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一英鎊…
in Russian фунт стерлингов…
in Turkish sterlin, Birleşik Krallık para birimi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一英镑…
in Polish funciak, funt…
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