odds and sods


Definition of odds and sods

British, informal

  1. :  different kinds of things that are usually small and unimportant There are still a few odds and sods that need to be done before the party tomorrow. The box is full of odds and sods.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  inequalities

    :  degree of unlikeness

    :  an amount by which one thing exceeds or falls short of another

sodplay sods
  1. :  turf

    :  the grass- and forb-covered surface of the ground

    :  one's native land

  1. :  to cover with sod or turfs

  1. :  bugger

  1. :  damn

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