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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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quidquid /kwɪd/ noun (plural quid) [countable] British English informal  1 PECone pound in money She earns at least 600 quid a week.2 be quids in
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quidI have, as it happens, a 1,000 rouble note, worth around a quid at yesterday's prices.Maybe eighty quid a week coming in.I have it at home and can well understand why Carmody passed fifty quid under the table to keep Graham quiet.The bruiser wouldn't have been promised a reward of twenty quid otherwise.
From Longman Business Dictionaryquidquid /kwɪd/ noun (plural quid) [countable] British English informal1one pound in British money2be quids in to make a profit, especially a large oneWe’ll be quids in if we get this contract.
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