Definition of odds and sods in English:

odds and sods

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noun

British informal
Miscellaneous people or articles: the forty odds and sods left behind marched to the station
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  • The Station Master is generally upbeat and, like this blog, covers general tube trivia and odds and sods as well as his daily job.
  • There are some odds and sods that I want to try.
  • There is rubbish in bin bags thrown over the wall and everything from odds and sods from sofas through to domestic waste.

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Pronunciation: ˈflɪp(ə)nt
adjective
not showing a serious or respectful attitude