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  • The meaning of "Quid" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. @dreamofdiana its slang for money, if you had 50 quid you would have 50 Euro

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    2. Both mean to reciprocate, to do or give something in response or anticipation. Tit for tat usually has a slightly negative connotation around it, for example someone says something bad so you say something bad back, or the neighbor's dog comes in your yard so you let your dog in their yard. Quid quo pro is straightforward, you do or give in response or in anticipation of receiving.

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    2. It's a Latin phrase that translates roughly as "something for something". In other words, it's a deal where you give something, and you get something in return. It's often used as a legal term because there are many criminal activities that involve exchange of good and services, and the legal profession likes its Latin.

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