### odd

- IPA[ɒd]

英式

- different to what is usual or expected; strange；(of whole numbers such as 3 and 5) having one left over as a remainder when divided by two

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### 形容詞

- 1. different to what is usual or expected; strange the neighbours thought him very
**odd**it's**odd**that she didn't recognize me 同義詞 反義詞 - 2. (of whole numbers such as 3 and 5) having one left over as a remainder when divided by two atoms which possess an
**odd**number of electrons 同義詞 - ▪ in the region of or somewhat more than a particular number or quantity she looked younger than her fifty-
**odd**years - ▪ denoting a single goal by which one side defeats another, especially where each side scores at least once they lost a close-fought game by the
**odd**goal in five - 3. happening or occurring infrequently and irregularly; occasional we have the
**odd**drink together 同義詞 反義詞 - ▪ spare; unoccupied when you've got an
**odd**five minutes, could I have a word? 同義詞 - 4. separated from a usual pair or set and therefore out of place or mismatched he's wearing
**odd**socks 同義詞

- the ratio between the amounts staked by the parties to a bet, based on the expected probability ... the bookies are offering
**odds**of 8-1 it is possible for the race to be won at very long**odds**

### Oxford American Dictionary

- the ratio between the amounts staked by the parties to a bet, based on the expected probability ... Nicer is starting at
**odds**of 8-1 it is possible for the race to be won at very long**odds**

### Oxford Dictionary

- an incomplete set or random mixture of things.

### Oxford American Dictionary

- an incomplete set or random mixture of things.

### Oxford Dictionary

- (of a leaf) pinnate with an
**odd**terminal leaflet.

### Oxford American Dictionary

- a member of the Independent Order of
**Odd**Fellows, a fraternal and benevolent society.

### Oxford American Dictionary

- a casual or isolated piece of work, especially one of a routine domestic or manual nature: he takes
**odd**jobs, but nothing that would lead to a career

### Oxford Dictionary

- a casual or isolated piece of work, especially one of a routine domestic or manual nature: he takes
**odd**jobs, but nothing that would lead to a career

### Oxford American Dictionary

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### 片語

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- IPA[äd]

美式

- different from what is usual or expected; strange: the neighbors thought him very
**odd**it's**odd**that she didn't recognize me

### Oxford American Dictionary

### 知識+

**odd**,strange這兩個是不一樣的，即使人們常常互換使用.

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