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odd /ɒd $ ɑːd/ adjective (comparative odder, superlative oddest)


امتیاز دادن (در شرط بندی)
(interj.) سوگند ملایم ، بخدا
(adj.) طاق ، تک ، فرد ، غریب ، ادم عجیب ، نخاله ، ورزش: ضربه ای که تعداد ضربات را یک عدد بیش از تعداد ضربات حریف درهر بخش می کند
کامپیوتر: فرد

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

odd
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- unusual, bizarre, extraordinary, freakish, irregular, peculiar, rare, remarkable, singular, strange
- occasional, casual, incidental, irregular, periodic, random, sundry, various
- spare, leftover, remaining, solitary, surplus, unmatched, unpaired
Contrasted words: matched, paired
Related Words: lone, only, single

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

odd S1 W3 AC /ɒd $ ɑːd/ adjective (comparative odder, superlative oddest)
[Word Family: noun: oddity; adverb: oddly; adjective: odd]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old Norse; Origin: oddi 'point of land, triangle, odd number']

1. STRANGE different from what is normal or expected, especially in a way that you disapprove of or cannot understand:
It was an odd thing to say.
an odd way to behave
They’re an odd couple.
There was something odd about him.
What she did was unforgivable, but the odd thing was he didn’t seem to mind.
She was holding an extremely odd-looking weapon.
it is/seems odd (that)
It seemed odd that he wanted a picture of me.

2. the odd occasion/day/moment/drink etc especially British English a few occasions, days etc that happen at various times but not often and not regularly Synonym : occasional:
Lack of sleep doesn’t matter on the odd occasion.
I take the odd day off work.
I like the odd glass of wine with my dinner.
Jo smokes the odd cigarette.

3. VARIOUS [only before noun] not specially chosen or collected:
Any odd scrap of paper will do.

4. NOT IN A PAIR/SET [only before noun] separated from a pair or set:
an odd shoe
odd socks/gloves etc (=not a matching pair of socks etc)
He was wearing odd socks.

5. odd number a number that cannot be divided exactly by two, for example 1, 3, 5, 7 etc Antonym : even number

6. 20-odd/30-odd etc spoken a little more than 20 etc:
I have another 20-odd years to work before I retire.

7. the odd man/one out British English someone or something that is different from the rest of the group or not included in it:
Which shape is the odd one out?
I was always the odd one out at school.
—oddness noun [uncountable]
oddly

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

odd
adj.
VERBS be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste | consider sth, find sth, think sth I find it odd that she takes so long to do that job. I didn't think it odd at the time.
ADV. decidedly, distinctly, extremely, really, very There's something distinctly odd about her.
a bit, a little, pretty, quite, rather, slightly, somewhat

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

odd
an extra or spare something, one or two of something
We saw the odd interesting bird on our hike through the mountains.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

odd something
an extra or spare something, one or two of something
We saw the odd interesting bird on our hike through the mountains.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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