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not be the full quid

  (Australian informal)
to be slightly crazy or stupid He's a bit odd - I don't think he's the full quid.
See also: full, quid

a quid pro quo

something that you do for someone or give to someone when they have agreed to do something for you
Usage notes: This is a Latin phrase which means 'something for something'.
(often + for ) The government's commitment to release political prisoners is a quid pro quo for the suspension of armed struggle by the rebels.
See also: pro, quid, quo

be quids in

  (British informal)
to be making a profit If this deal goes ahead we'll be quids in.
See also: quid

not for quids

  (Australian informal)
if you say that you would not do something for quids, you mean that you would hate to do that thing I wouldn't do your job for quids.
See also: quid

quid pro quo

An equal exchange or substitution, as in I think it should be quid pro quo-you mow the lawn and I'll take you to the movies. This Latin expression, meaning "something for something," has been used in English since the late 1500s.
See also: pro, quid, quo
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The factual predicates in many cases could be characterized interchangeably as either hostile work environment or quid pro quo harassment.
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On appeal, the Seventh Circuit reversed, holding that Ives's abuse of Venters constituted quid pro quo harassment.
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These days, 600 quid will furnish you with a machine capable of running Microsoft Office 97, which is all 90 per cent of PCs are ever asked to do.
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If this is the case and the payment for membership dues exceeds $75, the quid pro quo contribution disclosure rules will apply.
The legislative history of OBRA explains that Congress was concerned with quid pro quo "donations" that, while deducted as charitable contributions, in reality constituted a payment for goods and services.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Quid, the artificial intelligence company that accelerates research and insights to address the world's most complex issues, announced today that it has closed a $39 million Series D.
That means you will be 95 quid better off if you buy the PlayStation and around 400 quid better off if you buy neither.
So, anywhere offering odds of 20,000/1 might be worth a quid or two - it could provide a nice little nest egg in 20 years or so.