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Meaning & Definition of Odd in English

English

Odd

/ɑd/

adjective

1. Not divisible by two

    synonym:
  • odd
  • ,
  • uneven

2. Not easily explained

  • "It is odd that his name is never mentioned"
    synonym:
  • odd

3. An indefinite quantity more than that specified

  • "Invited 30-odd guests"
    synonym:
  • odd

4. Beyond or deviating from the usual or expected

  • "A curious hybrid accent"
  • "Her speech has a funny twang"
  • "They have some funny ideas about war"
  • "Had an odd name"
  • "The peculiar aromatic odor of cloves"
  • "Something definitely queer about this town"
  • "What a rum fellow"
  • "Singular behavior"
    synonym:
  • curious
  • ,
  • funny
  • ,
  • odd
  • ,
  • peculiar
  • ,
  • queer
  • ,
  • rum
  • ,
  • rummy
  • ,
  • singular

5. Of the remaining member of a pair, of socks e.g.

    synonym:
  • odd
  • ,
  • unmatched
  • ,
  • unmated
  • ,
  • unpaired

6. Not used up

  • "Leftover meatloaf"
  • "She had a little money left over so she went to a movie"
  • "Some odd dollars left"
  • "Saved the remaining sandwiches for supper"
  • "Unexpended provisions"
    synonym:
  • leftover
  • ,
  • left over(p)
  • ,
  • left(p)
  • ,
  • odd
  • ,
  • remaining
  • ,
  • unexpended

Examples of using

How odd!
It may seem odd.
This milk tastes odd.