Definition of 'quid'
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It took no longer than three seconds to apply and it cost three quid. Times, Sunday Times (2016)At first, three thousand quid sounds like quite a lot. The Sun (2016)That is not the sort of behaviour we pay three million quid a year for. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The men said they would do the same thing for about a thousand quid. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What do you want for one solitary million quid? Times, Sunday Times (2008)It looks like it cost a few quid so maybe he is recycling it. The Sun (2008)Its stores took half a billion quid in five weeks. The Sun (2012)There was no need for an explicit quid pro quo. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The quid pro quo is that the union must loosen the reins of power. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Pals paying a quid a go pull a slip out of the container. The Sun (2009)So will any new contestants keep their nerve and walk off with a cool one million quid? The Sun (2012)It can cost a quid a time for a card and stamp. The Sun (2008)So had it been a quid pro quo? Malory: The Life and Times of King Arthur's Chronicler (2005)Is it not worth paying a few quid for such things? Times, Sunday Times (2008)At the very most this will cost you a quid and will easily serve two. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The cheque was for five quid. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You could make a few quid out of this'. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There's a thousand quid to be won for the best snaps! The Sun (2015)They want the best for their horses and aren't out to make a quick quid. The Sun (2016)He knows he could still be pulling pints in his parents' boozer for five quid an hour. The Sun (2006)I earned nearly 600 quid one summer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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