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quid

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noun \ˈkwid\

Definition of quid

plural

quid

also

quids

British

  1. :  a pound sterling



Origin and Etymology of quid

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1688


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quid

noun

Definition of quid

  1. :  a cut or wad of something chewable



Origin and Etymology of quid

English dialect, cud, from Middle English quide, from Old English cwidu, cwudu — more at cud


First Known Use: circa 1727



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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of quid Britannica English: Translation of quid for Arabic speakers


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