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quid pro quo

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquid pro quoquid pro quo /ˌkwɪd prəʊ ˈkwəʊ $ -proʊ ˈkwoʊ/ noun (plural quid pro quos) [countable]  EXCHANGEsomething that you give or do in exchange for something else, especially when this arrangement is not officialquid pro quo for There’s a quid pro quo for everything in politics – you’ll soon learn that.
Examples from the Corpus
quid pro quoIt is clearly illegal to require sex as a quid pro quo for promotion.
From Longman Business Dictionaryquid pro quoquid pro quo /ˌkwɪd prəʊ ˈkwəʊ-proʊ ˈkwoʊ/ noun [countable]COMMERCE something that you give or do in exchange for something else, especially when this arrangement is not officialThere should be a quid pro quo arrangement whereby we all cooperate.
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