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quits

Pronunciation: /kwɪts/

Translation of quits in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • to be/get quits (with sb) estar*/quedar en paz or (Latin America/América Latina) a mano (con algn) we're quits estamos en paz or (Latin America/América Latina) a mano, no nos debemos nada to call it quits let'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/nombre

  • double or quits doble o nada

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