Odd

  • 1 Odd — Della Robbia Odd Della Robbia est un des héros de la série Code Lyoko. Odd Della Robbia Personnage de Code Lyoko Naissance 1992 Origi …

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  • 2 odd — W3S1 [ɔd US a:d] adj comparative odder superlative oddest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(strange)¦ 2 the odd occasion/day/moment/drink etc 3¦(various)¦ 4¦(not in a pair/set)¦ 5 odd number 6 20 odd/30 odd etc 7 the odd man/one out ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ …

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  • 3 odd — [ ad ] adjective *** ▸ 1 unusual ▸ 2 not frequent/regular ▸ 3 of different types etc. ▸ 4 not even in number ▸ 5 lacking its pair ▸ 6 not exact in number ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) unusual or unexpected in a way that attracts your interest or attention:… …

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  • 4 Odd — ([o^]d), a. [Compar. {Odder} ([o^]d [ e]r); superl. {Oddest}.] [OE. odde, fr. Icel. oddi a tongue of land, a triangle, an odd number (from the third or odd angle, or point, of a triangle), orig., a point, tip; akin to Icel. oddr point, point of a …

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  • 5 Odd — is an adjective denoting the quality of being unpaired, occasional, strange or unusual, or a person who is viewed as eccentric. Odd may also refer to: In mathematics, the term odd is used in several senses related to even: even and odd numbers,… …

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  • 6 Odd — ist ein norwegischer männlicher Vorname, der selten auch in Dänemark und Schweden vorkommt.[1] Die isländische Form des Namens ist Oddur.[2] Herkunft und Bedeutung Abgeleitet ist der Name möglicherweise von dem altnordischen oddr mit der… …

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  • 7 odd — [äd] adj. [ME odde < ON oddi, point of land, triangle, hence (from the third angle) odd number, akin to OE ord, a point < Gmc * uzda (> Ger ort, place, orig., point) < IE * uds (< base * ud , up > OUT) + * dho , var. of * dhē,… …

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  • 8 odd — (adj.) c.1300, constituting a unit in excess of an even number, from O.N. oddi third or additional number, as in odda maðr third man, odd man (who gives the casting vote), odda tala odd number. The literal meaning of O.N. oddi is point of land,… …

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  • 9 odd — odd; odd·ish; odd·i·ty; odd·ling; odd·ly; odd·ment; odd·ness; …

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  • 10 odd — ► ADJECTIVE 1) unusual or unexpected; strange. 2) (of whole numbers such as 3 and 5) having one left over as a remainder when divided by two. 3) (in combination ) in the region of: fifty odd years. 4) occasional: we have the odd drink together.… …

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  • 11 odd — / oddball [adj1] unusual, abnormal atypical, avant garde, bizarre, character, crazy, curious, deviant, different, eccentric, erratic, exceptional, extraordinary, fantastic, flaky*, freak*, freakish*, freaky*, funny, idiosyncratic, irregular,… …

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  • 12 Odd I — was a 156 tonne (172 ton) Norwegian whaler. Antarctic expedition The Odd I expedition was the first of nine scientific expeditions in the Antarctic fitted out by Lars Christensen. It was led by Eyvind Tofte, with Anton A. Andersson serving as… …

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  • 13 -odd — The hyphen is important in uses such as twenty odd people (= roughly twenty), to avoid ambiguity …

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  • 14 odd|ly — «OD lee», adverb. in an odd manner; queerly; strangely …

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  • 15 odd — index dissimilar, eccentric, inappropriate, irregular (not usual), ludicrous, noteworthy, novel, original ( …

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  • 16 Odd — m Scandinavian: from an Old Norse personal name, originally perhaps a byname, derived from the vocabulary word oddr point (of a weapon) …

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  • 17 odd — queer, quaint, *strange, singular, unique, peculiar, eccentric, erratic, outlandish, curious Analogous words: bizarre, grotesque, *fantastic: anomalous, *irregular, unnatural Contrasted words: *usual, customary, habitual: ordinary, *common,… …

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  • 18 Odd — [äd] interj. alt. sp. of OD …

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  • 19 odd|i|ty — «OD uh tee», noun, plural ties. 1. strangeness; queerness; peculiarity: »the oddity of wearing a fur coat over a bathing suit. All people have their oddities (Benjamin Disraeli). SYNONYM(S): singularity …

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  • 20 odd */*/ — UK [ɒd] / US [ɑd] adjective 1) unusual or unexpected in a way that attracts your interest or attention Harry s behaviour did seem a little odd. His paintings are a rather odd mixture of German and British influences. it is odd (that): It s very… …

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