odd

suomi-englanti sanakirja

odd englannista suomeksi

  1. epätavallinen, omalaatuinen

  2. pariton

  3. ja risat

  4. ylimääräinen

  5. outo

  1. pariton

  2. outo, kummallinen, omituinen

  3. yksittäinen, muutama

  4. satunnainen

  5. noin, suunnilleen

  6. Substantiivi

odd englanniksi

  1. Differing from what is usual, ordinary or expected.

  2. (syn)

    (ant)

    (ux)

  3. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  4. Peculiar, singular and strange in looks or character; eccentric, bizarre.

  5. {{quote-book|en|year=2003|author=Kenneth Rubin|author2=Andrea Thompson|title=The Friendship Factor|publisher=Penguin|isbn=9781101176849

  6. Without a corresponding mate in a pair or set; unmatched; mismatched.

  7. ''My cat Fluffy has odd eyes: one blue and one brown.''

  8. 1822, John Gage, ''The History and Antiquities of Hengrave, in Suffolk'', page 29:

  9. Itm , lxij almond rivetts.
    : *Almain rivetts, a sort of light armour having sleeves of mail, or iron plates, rivetted, with braces for the defence of the arms.
    Itm, one odd back for an almond rivett.
  10. over|Left over, remaining after the rest have been paired or grouped.

  11. Left over or remaining (as a small amount) after counting, payment, etc.

  12. {{quote-book|en|year=2009|author=Sam O'Connor|title=Tales of Old Las Vegas: Inside are a Few Stories Set in the 60's, where There was More to the Action Than the Games|publisher=AuthorHouse|isbn=9781438984193|page=187

  13. {{quote-book|en|year=2010|author=Chris Thomas|title=The Rockefeller Fraud|publisher=Xulon Press|isbn=9781612153889|page=24

  14. Scattered; occasional, infrequent; not forming part of a set or pattern.

  15. ''I don't speak Latin well, so in hearing a dissertation in Latin, I would only be able to make out the odd word of it.''

  16. {{quote-book|en|year=1998|author=Anton Pavlovich Chekhov|author2=Ronald Hingley|title=Five Plays|publisher=Oxford University Press, USA|isbn=9780192834126|page=148

  17. Not regular or planned.

  18. Used or employed for odd jobs.

  19. 1879, ''Journal of Horticulture and Practical Gardening'', page 262:

  20. The odd horse will now be employed in carting couch grass on to pasture land, carting hay, &c, to sheep in the field, carting roots, straw, &c, for feeding cattle in the boxes or dairy cows in the stalls or yards, and in various odd jobs on the farm  ...
  21. 1894, Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, ''Sessional papers. Inventory control record 1'', page 57:

  22. At about 14 he rises a step by getting the &39;odd&39; horse and cart, and does all the small carting work about the farm.
  23. (quote-book)

  24. Numerically indivisible by two.

  25. (quote-journal)

  26. Numbered with an odd number.

  27. About, approximately; somewhat more than (an approximated round number).

  28. of the way|Out of the way, secluded.

  29. {{quote-book|en|year=1958|author=Henry Miller|title=The Colossus of Maroussi|publisher=New Directions Publishing|isbn=9780811201094|page=218

  30. {{quote-book|en|year=2015|author=Karen Newcomb|title=The Postage Stamp Vegetable Garden: Grow Tons of Organic Vegetables in Tiny Spaces and Containers|publisher=Ten Speed Press|isbn=9781607746843

  31. On the left.

  32. ''He served from the odd court. ''

  33. Singular in excellence; matchless; peerless; outstanding. (defdate)

  34. 1886, (w), ''The Wars of Alexander: An Alliterative Romance Translated Chiefly from the Historia Alexandri Magni de Preliis'', page 120, in (modern English) notes about the Middle English text:

  35. He goes to Phrygia, and sees Scamander. "Happy are all," he says, "who are honoured by that odd clerk. Homer." In Macedonia, he finds hie mother.
  36. (RQ:Scott Guy Mannering)

  37. An (l).

  38. ''So let's see. There are two evens here and three odds.''

  39. Something left over, not forming part of a set.

  40. ''I've got three complete sets of these cards for sale, plus a few dozen odds.''

  41. (inflection of)

  42. (alternative form of)