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Noun: sod  sód
  1. Surface layer of ground containing a mat of grass and grass roots
    - turf, sward, greensward
     
  2. [Brit] (informal) a youth or man
    "the poor sod couldn't even buy a drink"
     
  3. [Brit, vulgar] A person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible
    - rotter, dirty dog, rat, skunk, stinker, stinkpot, bum [N. Amer], crumb, lowlife, scumbag, so-and-so, git [Brit], scuzzbucket [N. Amer], ratbag [Brit], toad, slimebag, slimeball, scuzz [N. Amer], scuzzbag [N. Amer], sleazebag, scuzzball [N. Amer], dirtbag [US], sleazeball
Verb: sod (sodded,sodding)  sód
  1. Cover with sod
Interjection: sod  sód
Usage: vulgar
  1. Exclamation of annoyance
    - blast, bother [Brit], botheration, bummer, curses, dang [N. Amer], damn, damnation, dammit, damn it, darn, dash [Brit], durn [US, dialect], drat, hang, tarnation [N. Amer], shoot [N. Amer]
Noun: SOD
  1. An enzyme that catalyses the conversion of superoxide into hydrogen peroxide and oxygen
    "oxygen free radicals are normally removed in our bodies by the SOD enzymes";
    - superoxide dismutase

Derived forms: sods, sodding, sodded

Type of: bozo [N. Amer], cat, cover, disagreeable person, enzyme, ground, guy, hombre, land, soil, unpleasant person

Encyclopedia: Sod, West Virginia

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