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nod British & World English

Lower and raise one’s head slightly and briefly, especially in greeting, assent, or understanding, or to give someone a signal

nod English Thesaurus

all she could do was nod her head

Nod in land British & World English

A state of sleep

nod off British & World English

Fall asleep, especially briefly or unintentionally

on the nod British & World English

By general agreement and without discussion

get the nod British & World English

Be selected or approved

nod off in nod British & World English

Fall asleep, especially briefly or unintentionally

give someone/thing the nod British & World English

Select or approve someone or something

nod something through in nod British & World English

Approve something by general agreement, without discussion

get the nod in nod British & World English

Be selected or approved

on the nod in nod British & World English

By general agreement and without discussion

nod off in nod English Thesaurus

the audience began to nod off

a nod's as good as a wink to a blind horse British & World English

Used to convey that a hint or suggestion can be or has been understood without the need of further elaboration or explanation

give someone/thing the nod in nod British & World English

Select or approve someone or something

get the nod in nod English Thesaurus

Clarke got the nod, and really proved himself during the series

a nod's as good as a wink to a blind horse in nod British & World English

Used to convey that a hint or suggestion can be or has been understood without the need of further elaboration or explanation

give someone/something the nod in nod English Thesaurus

Ronny Johnsen was given the nod in preference to David May