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odd British & World English

Different to what is usual or expected; strange

odd English Thesaurus

the neighbours thought him very odd

odd in curious English Thesaurus

she was obviously curious, but too polite to ask questions

odd in odd English Thesaurus

the neighbours thought him very odd

odd in peculiar English Thesaurus

something even more peculiar began to happen

odd in strange English Thesaurus

suddenly, I heard a strange noise

odd bod British & World English

A strange or eccentric person

odd job British & World English

A casual or isolated piece of work, especially one of a routine domestic or manual nature

odd lot British & World English

An incomplete set or random mixture of things

odd job New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

odd-pinnate British & World English

(Of a leaf) pinnate with an odd terminal leaflet

odd one out British & World English

A person or thing differing from all other members of a particular group or set in some way

odd-job man British & World English

A man who does odd jobs

OD2 British & World English

Take an overdose of a drug

OD'd in OD2 British & World English

Take an overdose of a drug

odd-toed ungulate British & World English

A hoofed mammal of an order which includes horses, rhinoceroses, and tapirs. Mammals of this group have either one or three toes on each foot

odd one out in odd British & World English

A person or thing differing from all other members of a particular group or set in some way

parity1 British & World English

The property of a spatial wave equation that either remains the same (even parity) or changes sign (odd parity) under a given transformation

odd parity in parity1 British & World English

The property of a spatial wave equation that either remains the same (even parity) or changes sign (odd parity) under a given transformation

odd one or man out in odd British & World English

A person or thing differing from all other members of a particular group or set in some way


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