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."
Latin-"This for that"
"I want something, you want something. You give me what I want, I'll give you what you want. Quid pro quo."
1. A Latin expression that means an equal exchange. Similar to give and take.
2. An expression which, if used by an insane cannibal psychiatrist you happen to be talking to, is an excellent sign that you're in a LOT of trouble.
1. I gave her 20 bucks, she gave me... well, quid pro quo, y'know?
2. Lecter: Quid pro quo, Clarisse.
Clarisse (if she'd had ANY sense): Yo, I'm gettin' the hell outta HERE.
something exchanged for something equal
The told me it was to be a quid pro quo, but they never gave me the info they said I would receive.
Lat. What for what; something for something.
A nice dinner, drinks, and a show quid pro quo, use your imagination
An equal exchange.
"Do unto others as you would have others do unto you" P.S. Not to do with religion but LIFE in general.
A latin phrase that translates into "what for what". It essentially means that if you do something for me, I'll do something for you as a fair exchange.
's believe in Quid Pro Quo and as a result, they should be ripped off because of their beliefs.