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Latin: quid pro quo

The wonderful expression quid pro quo literally translates as "something for something". It is normally used when talking about what is given or done in return.

e.g. Paul had looked after Jenny's house whilst she was on holiday. Quid pro quo was her inviting him around to dinner.

a.m. & p.m., cf., e.g., et al., etc., i.e., N.B., P.S., Q.E.D., q.v., viz.

Non abbreviated:
ad hoc, de facto, modus operandi, non sequitur, pro rata, quid pro quo, sic, vice versa.

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