Quid

Quid,

What is The Meaning of Quid?

You can define Quid as, The British pound sterling, or British pound sterling (GBP), is the quad slag for the British currency (Great Britain). The value of a coin is 100 pounds and it usually comes from the value of the Latin expression which translates for something or exchanges it for goods or services. However, the contradictions of this word in the case of sterling are not clear.

  • The British pound sterling, or British pound sterling (GBP), is the quad slag for the British currency (Great Britain).
  • Consideration is equal to 100 pence and comes from the value of the Latin expression, which means to make something meaningful.
  • The cover, as described by Pound Sterling, is thought to have been first used in the late 17th century, but no one is sure.

Meanings of Quid

  1. One pound sterling.

  2. A piece of smoking.

Sentences of Quid

  1. Egard reported that several crew members exchanged fossil fuels for tobacco, and quoted him as saying, "When the fossil was used, it cut off useless pound pounds."

Synonyms of Quid

food , bolus , quid, rumen , chew, pound sterling, £, twist, plug, chew