excessive or overabundant; in great quantities ="I put OD rounds downrange and he just stood there like an idiot." Etymology : an initialism originally for the term More…

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(transitive verb) to use a UV-Vis spectrophotometer to identify the optical density (absorbance) of a solution at a single wavelength =This term is a casual scientific term; OD would not be More…


the Oshmann Engineering Design kitchen at Rice University =noun (proper) Etymology : originally an abbreviation (O.E.D.K), "odek" became popular as it is easier to say despite More…


detestable, putrid, warranting extreme dislike. =The crimes of the unibomber were odious. Etymology : od (hatred) + ious, middle english from odium =conversation with mother


Odorous describes something that reeks of smell; it exudes a very pungent odor. It is not usually used to describe something of a pleasant smell. Odorous has a connotation of a bad smell. More…



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