Word:

quid pro quo

Noun1.quid pro quo - something for something; that which a party receives (or is promised) in return for something he does or gives or promises
Synonyms: quid

QUID PRO QUO. This phrase signifies verbatim, what for what. It is applied to the consideration of a contract. See Co. Litt. 47, b; 7 Mann. & Gr. 998.

consideration, quid, retainer
Browse
Quicksilver horizon
Quicksilver water
Quicksilvered
Quicksilvering
Quicksort
Quickstep
Quicktime
Quickwork
quicky
Quicpuid acquiritur servo
Quicquid est contra normam recti est injuria
Quicquid in excessu actum est
Quicquid judicis auctoritati subjictur
Quicquid plantatur solo
Quicquid solvitur
Quid
-- quid pro quo --
Quidam
Quiddany
Quiddative
Quiddit
Quidditative
Quiddity
Quiddle
Quidnunc
Quiesce
quiesce time
Quiescence
quiescency
Quiescent
Quiescently
Quiet
quiet down
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