English adjective: odd
|1.||odd not divisible by two|
|2.||odd not easily explained|
|Samples||It is odd that his name is never mentioned.|
|3.||odd an indefinite quantity more than that specified|
|Samples||Invited 30-odd guests.|
|Domain usage||combining form|
|4.||odd beyond or deviating from the usual or expected|
|Samples||A curious hybrid accent.|
Her speech has a funny twang.
They have some funny ideas about war.
Had an odd name.
The peculiar aromatic odor of cloves.
Something definitely queer about this town.
What a rum fellow.
|Synonyms||curious, funny, peculiar, queer, rum, rummy, singular|
|5.||odd of the remaining member of a pair, of socks e.g.|
|Synonyms||unmatched, unmated, unpaired|
|6.||odd not used up|
She had a little money left over so she went to a movie.
Some odd dollars left.
Saved the remaining sandwiches for supper.
|Synonyms||left, left over, leftover, remaining, unexpended|