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quids in

slang Able to profit or gain from something. ("Quid" is a slang term for the British pound.) Primarily heard in UK. We'll be quids in if that company buys our software!
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quids in

BRITISH, INFORMAL
If you are quids in, you make or have more money than you expected. Workers soon cheered up when they realised that being paid in euros had left them quids in. Note: `Quid' is an informal word for a pound sterling.
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quids ˈin

(British English, informal) in a position of having made a profit, especially a good profit: I’ve just received three cheques so we’re quids in at the moment.
A quid is an informal word for one pound in money.
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