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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
odd /ɔd/
  • danh từ
    • (the odd) (thể dục,thể thao) cú đánh thêm (chơi gôn)
    • tính từ
      • lẻ
        • 13 is on odd number: 13 là con số lẻ
      • cọc cạch
        • an odd shoe: chiếc giày cọc cạch
      • thừa, dư, trên, có lẻ
        • thirty years odd: trên 30 năm, 30 năm có lẻ
      • vặt, lặt vặt, linh tinh
        • an odd job: công việc lặt vặt
      • kỳ cục, kỳ quặc
      • rỗi rãi, rảnh rang
        • odd moments: lúc rỗi rãi
      • bỏ trống, để không
      • the olf man
        • người có lá phiếu quyết định (trong một ban mà số uỷ viên là số lẻ)
    Concise Dictionary
    odder|oddestɑd /ɒd
    adj.
    +not divisible by two
    +not easily explained
    +an indefinite quantity more than that specified
    +beyond or deviating from the usual or expected
    +of the remaining member of a pair, of socks e.g.
    +not used up

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 strange, peculiar, unusual, uncommon, different, unexpected, unfamiliar, extraordinary, remarkable, atypical, untypical, exotic, out of the ordinary, unparalleled, unconventional, exceptional, unique, singular, individual, anomalous, idiosyncratic, rare, deviant, outlandish, uncanny, queer, curious, bizarre, weird, eccentric, funny, quaint, fantastic, freak, abnormal, freakish, Colloq offbeat, screwy, kinky, freaky, Slang Brit barmy, bent, rum, US and Canadian kooky or kookie:
    Ebenezer is an odd name for a dog. Where did you get that odd hat? I cannot account for his odd behaviour.
    2 occasional, casual, part-time, irregular, random, sporadic, discontinuous, disconnected, various, varied, miscellaneous, sundry, incidental:
    After being made redundant, he worked at odd jobs for a year or so. The odd shower can be expected during the afternoon
    3 leftover, surplus, remaining, unused, spare, superfluous, extra:
    After the patterns were cut, we were allowed to take the odd scraps of fabric
    4 uneven, unmatched, unpaired:
    This gallery has an odd number of columns.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + adjective (odder, oddest)
    strange
    1 strange or unusual: They're very odd people. + There's something odd about that man. + It's most odd that (= very odd that) she hasn't written. + The odd thing was that he didn't recognize me. + She had the oddest feeling that he was avoiding her.
    Compare: PECULIAR
    odd-
    2 (in compounds) strange or unusual in the way mentioned: an odd-looking house + an odd-sounding name
    not regular / often
    3 (the odd) [only before noun] (no comparative or superlative) happening or appearing occasionally; not very regular or frequent
    Synonym: OCCASIONAL
    He makes the odd mistake-nothing too serious.
    various
    4 [only before noun] (no comparative or superlative) of no particular type or size; various: decorations made of odd scraps of paper
    not matching
    5 [usually before noun] (no comparative or superlative) not with the pair or set that it belongs to; not matching: You're wearing odd socks!
    numbers
    6 (no comparative or superlative) (of numbers) that cannot be divided exactly by the number two: 1, 3, 5 and 7 are odd numbers.
    Antonym: EVEN
    available
    7 [only before noun] available; that sb can use: Could I see you when you've got an odd moment? + Have you got an odd 20p?
    approximately
    8 (no comparative or superlative; usually placed immediately after a number) approximately or a little more than the number mentioned: How old is she-seventy odd? + He's worked there for twenty-odd years.
    oddness noun [U]: the oddness of her appearance + His oddness frightened her.
    Idioms: the odd man / one out a person or thing that is different from others or does not fit easily into a group or set: At school he was always the odd man out. + Dog, cat, horse, shoe-which is the odd one out?
    more at FISH n.
    Collocation Dictionary
    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

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