Definition of quits
: being on even terms by repayment or requital
Recent Examples of quits from the Web
Harbaugh shed light on Malone-Hatcher's decision to call it quits following today's impromptu skills challenge with AS Roma, the Italian soccer team that will face Paris Saint-Germain F.C. in a match Wednesday night at Comerica Park.
Politicians, like boxers, rarely know when to call it quits.
After the two decided to call it quits in 2016, McGill pondered what to do with the high-visibility space, which has been known for whimsical cuisine over the years.
In April, the latest available report, the quits rate was 2.1 percent, nearly unchanged from a year earlier.
For the most part, the quits rate increases as the economy improves.
Similarly, Trump can use his authority to call it quits.
Most teachers wait until summer to call it quits, but in DCPS a rising number are leaving during the school year.
EMPELLÓN COCINA The lease was up and Alex Stupak decided to call it quits rather than renewing.
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Origin and Etymology of quits
Middle English, quit, probably from Medieval Latin quittus, alteration of Latin quietus at rest
First Known Use: 1663See Words from the same year
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Definition of quits for English Language Learners
: having nothing owed by either side
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