Quid pro quo in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Quid pro quo

a Latin term that refers to a deal in which something is given but only in exchange for something else, often used in legal cases

Examples of Quid pro quo in a sentence

Continuing quid pro quo, the bread maker always gave the butcher loaves in exchange for beef.  🔊

Accused of quid pro quo sexual harassment, the CEO denied promising his assistant a job in exchange for a date.  🔊

The basis of the suit was a quid pro quo claim in which a woman claimed she was fired after refusing to have sex with her boss.  🔊

Signing the quid pro quo contract, the model agreed to wear the clothing on the runway in exchange for exposure.  🔊

The first quid pro quo deal in the New World occurred with the Pilgrims exchanged goods with the Native Americans for food.  🔊

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