Qui pro quo, sometimes rendered as quiproquo, is a phrase used in some languages to mean a misunderstanding.
It is from Medieval Latin, literally meaning taking "qui for quo", i.e. to make a blunder.Not to be confused with quid pro quo; in languages where qui pro quo is used, quid pro quo is sometimes rendered instead as do ut des ("I give so you may give").
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