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noun See odds
  1. (defn, English)
adjective 
  1. strange, unusual.
  2. (arithmetic) (no comparative or superlative) Not divisible by two.
  3. (rare) But for the odd exception.
  4. left over, remaining when the rest have been grouped
I'm the one out.
  1. casual, irregular.
He's only worked jobs.
  1. (in combination with a number) about, approximately.
There were thirty- people in the room.
Etymology: Old Norse oddi (third or additional number), which comes from oddr (point of a weapon) via an intermediate meaning of "triangle". The original meaning is "left over".


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