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quidnoun [C]

uk   us   /kwɪd/ (plural quid) UK informal
a ​pound: Could you ​lend me 20 quid (= £20), ​mate?
(Definition of quid from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Definition of "quid" - Business English Dictionary

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quidnoun [C]

uk   us   /kwɪd/ informal MONEY
(plural quid) one ​pound in British ​money: I make about fifteen quid an hour. The ​taxbenefitsmean you are only ​paying 40p for a quid's ​worth of ​shares.
be quids in to ​save or make a lot of ​money from something: Select the most appropriate ​gas and electricity ​suppliers and you could be quids in. You'll be quids in if the ​markettakes off now.
(Definition of quid from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “quid”
in Korean 파운드…
in Arabic جُنيه إنجليزي…
in Malaysian paun…
in Russian фунт стерлингов…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一英鎊…
in Italian sterlina…
in Turkish sterlin, Birleşik Krallık para birimi…
in Polish funciak, funt…
in Spanish libra…
in Vietnamese một pound Anh…
in Portuguese libra…
in Thai เงินหนึ่งปอนด์…
in Catalan lliura…
in Japanese ポンド(英国の貨幣)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一英镑…
in Indonesian satu pound…
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