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codnoun [C/U]

 us   /kɑd/ (plural cod)
a ​largeseafish that can be ​eaten

C.O.D.adverb [not gradable]

abbreviation forcash/​collect on ​delivery (= ​payment will be made when ​goods are ​delivered): Can I have that ​shipped C.O.D.?
(Definition of cod from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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codnoun [C or U]

uk   /kɒd/  us   /kɑːd/ (plural cod)
B1 a ​largeseafish that can be ​eaten: Cod and ​chips, ​please.
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CODadverb

uk   /ˌsiː.əʊˈdiː/  us   /-oʊˈ-/
abbreviation forcash on ​delivery: ​payment will be made when ​goods are delivered
(Definition of cod from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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CODadverb, adjective

uk   us  
COMMERCE abbreviation for cash on ​delivery or ​collect on ​delivery: used to ​mean that ​payment will be made when ​goods are ​delivered: The ​goods will be ​shipped to you COD. a COD ​package
(Definition of COD from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cod”
in Korean 대구…
in Arabic سَمَك القُدّ…
in Malaysian ikan kod…
in French morue…
in Russian треска…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鱈魚…
in Italian merluzzo…
in Turkish morina balığı…
in Polish dorsz…
in Spanish bacalao…
in Vietnamese cá tuyết…
in Portuguese bacalhau…
in Thai ปลาค็อด…
in German der Kabeljau…
in Catalan bacallà…
in Japanese タラ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鳕鱼…
in Indonesian sebangsa ikan laut…
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