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División en sílabas: quid

sustantivo (plural igual)

British informal
One pound sterling: we paid him four hundred quid
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I was twenty four at the time, and I hadn't yet paid back a single penny of the three thousand quid he lent me to buy my first car.
  • You pay forty quid a month to watch advertising you also pay for.
  • The lodger has moved out, leaving me three hundred quid a month short.

Origen

late 17th century: of obscure origin.

More
  • Nowadays quid is an informal word for one pound sterling, but it formerly referred specifically to a sovereign, a gold coin worth a pound. Its origin is unknown. In Australian English someone who is not the full quid is not very intelligent—in Britain the equivalent is not the full shilling. To be quids in is to be in luck or in a fortunate position, an expression that dates from the First World War.

Words that rhyme with quid

amid, backslid, bid, did, forbid, grid, hid, id, kid, Kidd, lid, Madrid, mid, outbid, outdid, rid, skid, slid, squid, underbid, yid

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División en sílabas: quid

sustantivo

A lump of tobacco for chewing.
Example sentences
  • Aagaard recorded that some of the crewmen traded fossils for tobacco, quoting them as saying, ‘What were fossils good for when you had Navy cut and juicy quids?’
  • I rehydrated the dried leaves and rolled up three quids.
  • Almost all habitual chewers use tobacco with or without the betel quid.

Origen

early 18th century: variant of cud.

More
  • Nowadays quid is an informal word for one pound sterling, but it formerly referred specifically to a sovereign, a gold coin worth a pound. Its origin is unknown. In Australian English someone who is not the full quid is not very intelligent—in Britain the equivalent is not the full shilling. To be quids in is to be in luck or in a fortunate position, an expression that dates from the First World War.

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