not be the full quid


not be the full quid
(not) be the full quid Australian, informal to be slightly crazy or stupid.

He's a bit odd - I don't think he's the full quid.


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  • not the full quid — (Aust) Simple minded, dopey • • • Main Entry: ↑quid * * * not the full ˈquid idiom (AustralE, NZE, informal) not very intelligent Main …   Useful english dictionary

  • not the full quid Austral./NZ — informal not intelligent. → quid …   English new terms dictionary

  • not the full quid — ► not the full quid Austral./NZ informal not intelligent. Main Entry: ↑quid …   English terms dictionary

  • Not the full quid — not bright intellectually; of low IQ …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • not the full quid — Australian Slang not bright intellectually; of low IQ …   English dialects glossary

  • be the full quid — (not) be the full quid Australian, informal to be slightly crazy or stupid. He s a bit odd I don t think he s the full quid …   New idioms dictionary

  • quid — I. /kwɪd / (say kwid) noun a portion of something, especially tobacco, for holding in the mouth and chewing. {variant of cud} II. /kwɪd / (say kwid) Colloquial –noun (plural quid or quids) 1. (formerly) a pound in money, especially £1 as a pound… …   Australian English dictionary

  • quid — Ⅰ. quid [1] ► NOUN (pl. same) Brit. informal ▪ one pound sterling. ● not the full quid Cf. ↑not the full quid ● quids in Cf. ↑quids in …   English terms dictionary

  • quid — 1. n. (pl. same) Brit. sl. one pound sterling. Phrases and idioms: not the full quid Austral. sl. mentally deficient. quids in sl. in a position of profit. Etymology: prob. f. quid the nature of a thing f. L quid what, something 2. n. a lump of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • quid — quid1 noun (plural same) Brit. informal one pound sterling. Phrases not the full quid Austral./NZ informal not intelligent. quids in Brit. informal profiting or likely to profit from something. Origin C17 (denoting a sovereign): of obscure origin …   English new terms dictionary