quid


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

quid

(kwid),
A substance chewed to extract its active substance (for example, tobacco, paan).

quid,

n See pinch.
References in periodicals archive ?
A Bangladeshi cohort study, conducted over 10 years, has reported a greater risk of all-cause mortality and cancer related morality in betel quid chewers.
Betel quid without tobacco as a risk factor for oral precancers.
Otro de los artistas locales que se desempeno como ilustrador en Quid Novi?
Quid is an artificial intelligence company in San Francisco founded in 2010 to radically enhance how professionals interact with the world's information.
Majority of the cases are attributable to separate and combined habits of tobacco use (smoked and chewed), alcohol consumption, betel quid, areca nut and betel quid substitutes.
Though Quid has a killer public relations campaign, two points help me differentiate Quid from its many competitors.
34) The Fifth Circuit first explicitly described this requirement as a quid pro quo in United States v.
A quid pro quo donation is a payment made partly as a donation and partly as consideration for goods or services--except a payment to an organization, organized exclusively for religious purposes, for only an intangible religious benefit that generally is not sold in a commercial transaction outside the donative context.
Quid pro quo sexual harassment is predicated upon a showing by employees that their response to unwelcome sexual advances was subsequently used as the basis for a tangible employment action.
For years, experts thought that the cancer risks associated with betel chewing stemmed from tobacco in betel quid or from the high likelihood that a betel chewer would also be a tobacco smoker.
As the First Circuit stated fifteen years ago, "[t]he gist of a quid pro quo claim is that [an employee] is threatened by [a supervisor] with demands for a sexual encounter.
Chadwick's other publication, entitled 'The New Quid Regulations: Practical guidance on the new regulations and other food labelling legislation', details UK food labelling law.