- Noun. In profit. E.g."After the deduction of my expenses I was still quids-in."
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quids in — In a very favourable or profitable situation • • • Main Entry: ↑quid * * * quids in Brit informal ◇ If you are quids in, you have made a good profit. I was quids in by the time I left the horse races. • • • Main Entry: ↑quid * * * quids ˈin … Useful english dictionary
quids in — (UK) If somebody is quids in, they stand to make a lot of money from something … The small dictionary of idiomes
quids — «kwihdz», noun (plural). Especially British Slang. money; cash: »“If only you boffins,” (R.A.F. slang for a scientist) said Collins, “would give us a cheap way of locating an aircraft, then we d be quids in” (Time). ╂[plural of quid2] … Useful english dictionary
quids in — ► quids in Brit. informal profiting or likely to profit from something. Main Entry: ↑quid … English terms dictionary
quids — [[t]kwɪ̱dz[/t]] PHRASE: V inflects If you are quids in, you have more money left than you expected or get more for your money than you expected. [BRIT, INFORMAL] Still, we were quids in, we didn t care! … English dictionary
quids in — noun Coming into or saving money through some financial transaction. Buy three items for the price of two and youll be quids in! … Wiktionary
quids in — (UK) If somebody is quids in, they stand to make a lot of money from something. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
Quids in — (UK) If somebody is quids in, they stand to make a lot of money from something … Dictionary of English idioms
quids — Australian English A lot of money … English dialects glossary
quids — kwÉªd n. pound sterling (Slang); lump of chewing tobacco … English contemporary dictionary