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Noun: cod (cod)  kód
  1. Major food fish of Arctic and cold-temperate waters
    - codfish
  2. Lean white flesh of important North Atlantic food fish; usually baked or poached
    - codfish
Adjective: cod  kód
Usage: Brit, informal
  1. Fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
    - bogus, fake, phony [N. Amer], phoney
Verb: cod (codded,codding)  kód
Usage: Brit, informal
  1. Fool or hoax
    "The immigrant was codded because he trusted everyone";
    - gull, dupe, slang [archaic, informal], befool [archaic], fool, put on, take in, put one over [informal], put one across [informal]
  2. Deliberately provoke by mocking or poking fun, often in an aggressive manner
    "The children codded the new teacher";
    - tease, razz [N. Amer, informal], rag, bait, taunt, twit [informal], rally, ride [N. Amer, informal], wind up [Brit, informal]
Adverb: C.O.D.
  1. Collecting the charges upon delivery
    "mail a package C.O.D.";
    - COD, cash on delivery
Adjective: COD
  1. Payable by the recipient on delivery
    "a COD parcel";
    - collect

Derived forms: cods, cod, codded, codding

See also: counterfeit, due, imitative

Type of: bemock, betray, deceive, gadoid, gadoid fish, lead astray, mock, saltwater fish

Part of: Atlantic cod, Gadus, Gadus morhua, genus Gadus

Encyclopedia: Cod