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quids in

Definition of quids in in English:

British informal In a position where one has profited or is likely to profit from something: put your brain power to the test—you could be quids in with a cash prize
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  • In areas where purchase prices are cheap, but high student numbers keep rents high, they will be quids in by subsidising their offspring through higher education if they buy a house to let out to others at the college.
  • The more sceptical claimed the council would be quids in by selling off the old school site, but no, that had nothing to do with it - it was purely a matter of space, said the council.
  • If Premiership status is achieved, they'll be quids in.
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