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Definition of Quid

Quid

  1. An English coin, a sovereign.
  2. A portion suitable to be chewed; a cud; as, a quid of tobacco.
  3. To drop from the mouth, as food when partially chewed; -- said of horses.

Quid Quotations

I mean, I wouldn't pay more than a couple of quid to see me, and I'm me.
Terry Pratchett

I want to start my own airplane business. I'm going to buy two Dakotas, paint them up in war colours and do, er, nostalgia trips to Arnhem - you know, where the old paratroopers used to go - and charge them about 20 quid a time.
Gary Numan

When I left school, I got a job in a shoe shop and I used to save 15 quid a week and pay for my own singing and acting lessons.
Luke Evans

When I was 23, I went backpacking around Australia for three months. I saved up a few grand, quit my job and flew to Sydney, then went to Melbourne and up the East Coast, which was an incredible experience. I remember running out of money and getting my mum to send me a few hundred quid, which helped me get by.
Olly Murs

Wilderness designations should not be the result of a quid pro quo. They should rise or fall on their own merits.
Nick Rahall
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Quid Translations

quid in German is Pfund
quid in Norwegian is pund
quid in Swedish is pund