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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 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

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

give someone/thing the nod British & World English

Select or approve someone or something

give someone/thing the nod in 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

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

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

nod English Thesaurus

all she could do was nod her head

nod English-Spanish

he greeted her with a nod

nod off English-Spanish

dormirse*, quedarse dormido

nod through English-Spanish

ser* aprobado sin debate, ser* aprobado sin (someterse a) votación

nod off English-Spanish

dormirse*, quedarse dormido

nod through English-Spanish

ser* aprobado sin debate, ser* aprobado sin (someterse a) votación

nod off in nod English Thesaurus

the audience began to nod off

get the nod in nod English Thesaurus

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

to nod one's head in head English-Spanish

asentir* con la cabeza

to be passed on the nod in nod English-Spanish

ser* aprobado sin debate

to give sb/sth the nod in nod English-Spanish

darle* luz verde a algn/algo

give someone/something the nod in nod English Thesaurus

Ronny Johnsen was given the nod in preference to David May

to be in the land of Nod in land English-Spanish

estar* dormido, estar* haciendo nana

he greeted her with a nod in nod English-Spanish

la saludó con la cabeza

he gave a nod and we set off in nod English-Spanish

me hizo una señal con la cabeza y nos fuimos

he didn't say I could, but he gave me a nod and a wink in nod English-Spanish

no me dijo que sí, pero me lo dio a entender

a nod is as good as a wink (to a blind man o horse) in nod English-Spanish

a buen entendedor pocas palabras (bastan)