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odd

US [ɑd]
UK [ɒd]
  • adj.奇怪的;怪异的;反常的;(某方面)怪异的
  • n.【高】让转弱的对手从打球进一个洞的击球次数中减去一次击球
  • Web奇数的;古怪的;奇特的,古怪的
Plural Form:odds  
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adj.
奇怪strange
1.
奇怪的;怪异的;反常的strange or unusual
They're very odd people.
他们那些人都很古怪。
There's something odd about that man.
那个人有点儿怪。
It's most odd that(= very odd that) she hasn't written.
真怪了,她一直没写信。
The odd thing was that he didn't recognize me.
怪就怪在他没认出我来。
She had the oddest feeling that he was avoiding her.
她有种异样的感觉,觉得他在躲着她。
(某方面)怪异odd-
2.
(某方面)怪异的,奇怪的strange or unusual in the way mentioned
an odd-looking house
样子怪异的房子
an odd-sounding name
听起来奇怪的名字
不规则;不常not regular/often
3.
[obn]
偶然出现的;偶尔发生的;不规律的happening or appearing occasionally; not very regular or frequent
He makes the odd mistake─nothing too serious.
他偶尔会犯错误,但不怎么严重。
各种各样various
4.
[obn]
奇形怪状的;各种各样的of no particular type or size; various
decorations made of odd scraps of paper
用各种各样的纸片做的装饰
不相配not matching
5.
[ubn]
不成对的;不相配的not with the pair or set that it belongs to; not matching
You're wearing odd socks!
你穿的袜子不成双呀!
数字numbers
6.
奇数的that cannot be divided exactly by the number two
1, 3, 5 and 7 are odd numbers.
1、3、5 和 7 是奇数。
可得到的available
7.
[obn]
可得到的;可用的available; that sb can use
Could I see you when you've got an odd moment ?
你有空时,我能不能见见你?
约略approximately
8.
大约;略多approximately or a little more than the number mentioned
How old is she─seventy odd?
她多大年纪?七十出头?
He's worked there for twenty-odd years.
他在那里工作了二十多年。

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