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Definition of "quid" []

  • A cut, as of chewing tobacco. (noun)
  • Chiefly British A pound sterling. (noun)
  • A piece of tobacco, suitable for chewing (noun)

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Use "quid" in a sentence
  • "_Et quid Pandoniae_ -- thus, little book, I charge you to poultice your more-merited oblivion -- _quid Pandoniae restat nisi nomen Athenae?"
  • "_Et quid Pandoniae_ -- thus, little book, I charge you poultice your more-merited oblivion -- _quid Pandoniae restat nisi nomen Athenae_?"
  • "I seem to remember a guy called montechristo on here bailed at 135 hoping for a retrace to less than a quid, he hasnt been back for a while, I seem to remember in the last RNS they were tendering for £9 billion worth of contracts, I dont believe we have hit peak oil yet but once we do the price of oil will rise as extraction gets more and more costly I.E. BP's huge find in the gulf oif mexico which is going to cost them $28 per barrell to extract dude they were 5 quid+ less than 18 months ago, the fundamentals of the company remain strong and yes they do need more orders and I am sure that scott doak is working on that as we speak obviously myself and sheffy are big fans as we averaged down in the darkest days of march, but from all my research Lamprell is a well run company with no big debt pile (in fact cash at hand) and in the right location to service its customers Datafeed and UK data supplied by ProQuote."