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1sod/ˈsɑːd/noun
pluralsods
1sod
/ˈsɑːd/
noun
pluralsods
Learner's definition of SOD  
chiefly US
[noncount]  : the upper layer of soil that is made up of grass and plant roots
[count, noncount]  : a piece of sod
— compare 2sod
2sod/ˈsɑːd/noun
pluralsods
2sod
/ˈsɑːd/
noun
pluralsods
Learner's definition of SOD  
British, informal
[count] 
offensive  : a person who is unpleasant, offensive, or annoying
   b  impolite  : a man who you think is lucky, unlucky, etc.
[singular]impolite  : something that is annoying or difficult

give a sod

British, informal + impolitealsocare a sod
: to care at all about someone or something — used in negative statements

odds and sods

British, informal
: odds and ends

sod all

British, informal + impolite
: nothing at all
— compare 1sod
3sod/ˈsɑːd/verb
sodssoddedsodding
3sod
/ˈsɑːd/
verb
sodssoddedsodding
Learner's definition of SOD  
[+ object]British, informal + impolite
— used to show that you are angry or annoyed at a person, thing, or situation

sod off

British, informal + impolite
— used to tell someone to leave or go away
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