Noun Phrase/adjective from Latin: "something in place of/(in exchange) for something." Implies a reciprocal or mutual exchange relationship. Note, the Latin does not mean "What for What."
Noun Phrase: "He stole my bike, I stole his boyfriend, I'd call that quid pro quo."
Adj.: "'I scratch your back, you scratch my back' implies a quid pro quo relationship."
Socks that won't stay up (esp. when you need them to).
my legs got cold because of these damn quitter socks
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