- British English Slang – Quid
- Meaning – A pound sterling. The pound sterling (£) is the official currency of the United Kingdom. The plural of quid can be quid or quids, depending on usage.
- The expression quids in is British slang for making, saving or receiving money.
British Slang for Money:
There are many other informal expressions to describe British money:
- Dosh – Money
- Fiver – £5
- Grand – £1000 (or a thousand in some other context)
- Lolly – Money
- Monkey – £500
- Nugget – A one pound coin.
- Score – £20
- Shrapnel – The loose change (coins) that you usually carry in your pocket.
- Tenner – £10
- Ton – £100
- Wedge – A large bundle of bank notes.
- Wonga – Money
- “I’m totally skint mate! Any chance you could lend me a few quid?“