There are 2 definitions of bod in English:

bod1

Syllabification: bod
Pronunciation: /bäd
 
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noun

informal
1A body or physique: shake your bod Roger was proud of his bod
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  • To feel better about your bod, Tootsie suggests using your body for something you love, like dancing or running.
  • Without telling anyone, she would work out and kick her bod into shape, even if it meant sneaking in workouts before or after work.
  • If you stop applying force to your frame by focusing on low-impact sports, you'll build muscle, but your bod will assume that it can slow down bone maintenance.
1.1chiefly British A person: some clever bod wrote a song about them
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  • Collect enough tokens and you can go into the draw to be cryogenically preserved, and thawed out in the future when clever bods with high foreheads work out how to bring people back to life.
  • This has led to Polish bakers baking bread in Poland and selling it in Berlin each day because they cannot bake it in the city. or so a legal bod writes in a letter to The Times.
  • Some clever bods have come up with a mobile phone that will give its Muslim owner five daily prayer-time reminders, and point the faithful in the direction of Mecca.

Origin

late 18th century (originally Scots): abbreviation of body.

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There are 2 definitions of bod in English:

BOD2

Syllabification: BOD

abbreviation

Biochemical oxygen demand.

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