odd translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "odd" - English-Spanish dictionary


adjective /od/
unusual; strange
extraño, raro
He’s wearing very odd clothes a very odd young man.
(of a number) that cannot be divided exactly by 2
5 and 7 are odd (numbers).
not one of a pair, set etc
suelto, desparejado
an odd shoe.
occasional; free
At odd moments he likes to take a stroll around the garden..
oddity noun ( plural oddities) a strange person or thing
He’s a bit of an oddity.
oddly adverb strangely
de manera extraña
He is behaving very oddly.
oddment noun a piece left over from something
retal, resto
an oddment of material.
odds noun plural chances; probability
probabilidades, posibilidades
The odds are that he will win.
a difference in strength, in favour/favor of one side
They are fighting against heavy odds.
odd jobs noun plural (usually small) jobs of various kinds, often done for other people
He’s unemployed, but earns some money by doing odd jobs for old people.
odd job man noun ( plural odd job men) (British) a person employed to do such jobs.
persona que vive haciendo trabajillos, hombre para todo
be at odds to be quarrelling/quarreling
estar reñido, estar peleado
He has been at odds with his brother for years.
make no odds to be unimportant
lo mismo da, da lo mismo
We haven’t got much money, but that makes no odds.
oddly enough it is strange or remarkable (that)
por extraño que parezca, curiosamente
I saw John this morning. Oddly enough, I was just thinking I hadn’t seen him for a long time.
odd man out / odd one out noun a person or thing that is different from others
ser distinto, excepción
In this test, you have to decide which of these three objects is the odd one out.
a person or thing that is left over when teams etc are made up
el que sobra
When they chose the two teams, I was the odd man out.
odds and ends noun plural small objects etc of different kinds
cositas, cosas sueltas
There were various odds and ends lying about on the table.
what’s the odds? it’s not important; it doesn’t matter
¿qué más da?, ¿qué importa?
We didn’t win the competition, but what’s the odds?
(Definition of odd from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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