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Od

or Odd  (ŏd)
interj. Archaic
Used as a mild oath.

[Alteration of God.]

OD 1

 (ō′dē′) Slang
intr.v. OD'ed, OD'·ing, OD's
1. To take an overdose: OD'ed on barbiturates.
2. To have or experience too much of something; overindulge: OD'ed on ice cream.
n.
1. An overdose of a drug.
2. One who has taken an overdose.

[o(ver)d(ose).]

OD 2

abbr.
1. Doctor of Optometry
2. officer of the day
3. outer diameter
4. also o/d overdraft
5. overdrawn
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od

(ɒd; əʊd) ,

odyl

or

odyle

n
(General Physics) archaic a hypothetical force formerly thought to be responsible for many natural phenomena, such as magnetism, light, and hypnotism
[C19: coined arbitrarily by Baron Karl von Reichenbach (1788–1869), German scientist]
ˈodic adj

Od

(ɒd) ,

Od

or

Odd

n
euphemistic (used in mild oaths) an archaic word for God

OD

(ˌəʊˈdiː)
n
(Medicine) an overdose of a drug
vb, OD's, OD'ing or OD'd
(Medicine) (intr) to take an overdose of a drug
[C20: from o(ver)d(ose)]

OD

abbreviation for
1. (Military) Officer of the Day
2. (Languages) Old Dutch
3. (Surveying) ordnance datum
4. (General Engineering) outside diameter
5. (Colours) military Also: o.d. olive drab
6. (Banking & Finance) banking
a. on demand
b. overdraft
c. overdrawn
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Od

or 'Od or Odd

(ɒd)

interj.
Archaic. a shortened form of “God” (used in oaths).
[1590–1600]

OD

(ˈoʊˈdi)

n., pl. ODs or OD's, n.
1. an overdose of a drug, esp. a fatal one.
2. a person who has become seriously ill or has died from a drug overdose.
v.i.
3. to take a drug overdose.
4. to die from a drug overdose.
5. to have or take too much of something.
[1955–60]

od

1. on demand.
2. outside diameter.
3. outside dimensions.
4. overdraft.
5. overdrawn.

O.D.

or OD,

1. Doctor of Optometry.
2. (in prescriptions) the right eye.
[< Latin oculus dexter]
3. officer of the day.
4. (of a military uniform) olive drab.
5. ordinary seaman.
6. outside diameter.
7. overdose.
8. overdraft.
9. overdrawn.
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OD


Past participle: OD'd
Gerund: OD'ing

Imperative
OD
OD
Present
I OD
you OD
he/she/it OD's
we OD
you OD
they OD
Preterite
I OD'd
you OD'd
he/she/it OD'd
we OD'd
you OD'd
they OD'd
Present Continuous
I am OD'ing
you are OD'ing
he/she/it is OD'ing
we are OD'ing
you are OD'ing
they are OD'ing
Present Perfect
I have OD'd
you have OD'd
he/she/it has OD'd
we have OD'd
you have OD'd
they have OD'd
Past Continuous
I was OD'ing
you were OD'ing
he/she/it was OD'ing
we were OD'ing
you were OD'ing
they were OD'ing
Past Perfect
I had OD'd
you had OD'd
he/she/it had OD'd
we had OD'd
you had OD'd
they had OD'd
Future
I will OD
you will OD
he/she/it will OD
we will OD
you will OD
they will OD
Future Perfect
I will have OD'd
you will have OD'd
he/she/it will have OD'd
we will have OD'd
you will have OD'd
they will have OD'd
Future Continuous
I will be OD'ing
you will be OD'ing
he/she/it will be OD'ing
we will be OD'ing
you will be OD'ing
they will be OD'ing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been OD'ing
you have been OD'ing
he/she/it has been OD'ing
we have been OD'ing
you have been OD'ing
they have been OD'ing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been OD'ing
you will have been OD'ing
he/she/it will have been OD'ing
we will have been OD'ing
you will have been OD'ing
they will have been OD'ing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been OD'ing
you had been OD'ing
he/she/it had been OD'ing
we had been OD'ing
you had been OD'ing
they had been OD'ing
Conditional
I would OD
you would OD
he/she/it would OD
we would OD
you would OD
they would OD
Past Conditional
I would have OD'd
you would have OD'd
he/she/it would have OD'd
we would have OD'd
you would have OD'd
they would have OD'd
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.OD - a doctor's degree in optometry
doctorate, doctor's degree - one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
2.OD - the right eye
eye, oculus, optic - the organ of sight
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Translations
kábítószer-túladagolás

OD

2 [əʊˈdiː] =overdose
A. Nsobredosis f
B. VI
1. (lit) → tomar una sobredosis
2. (fig) (hum) to OD on TVver demasiada tele
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OD

[ˌəʊˈdiː] (= overdose)
vifaire une overdose
n [drug] → overdose f
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OD

(inf)
nÜberdosis f
vieine Überdosis nehmen; to OD on heroinsich (dat)den goldenen Schuss setzen (inf)
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