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QT

 (kyo͞o′tē′)
n. Informal
The state of being secret or confidential: told me the story strictly on the QT.

qt

abbreviation for pl qt or qts
(Units) quart

qt.

1. quantity.
2.
pl. qt., qts. quart.

q.t.

or Q.T.,


Informal.
quiet.
Idioms:
on the q.t., stealthily; secretly: to meet someone on the q.t.
[1905–10]
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