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quits
American English: /kwɪts/
British English: /kwɪts/

adjective

  • to be/get quits (with somebody)
    estar/quedar en paz or (Latin America) a mano (con alguien)
    we're quits
    estamos en paz or (Latin America) a mano
    no nos debemos nada
    to call it quitslet's call it quits (at cards)
    démoslo por empatado
    take the money and call it quits
    toma el dinero y dejémoslo de una vez

noun

  • double or quits
    doble o nada

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