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  • sodded — sÉ‘d /sÉ’d n. section of grass that has been cut or uprooted from the earth; turf, uppermost layer of soil containing grass roots and plants; homosexual (British Slang); guy, fellow, chap (British Slang); obnoxious child, brat (British Slang) v.… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sodded — past of sod …   Useful english dictionary

  • Paul Brown Stadium — Infobox Stadium stadium name = Paul Brown Stadium nickname = The Jungle P.B.S. location = 1 Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 3418 USA broke ground = 1998 opened = 2000 closed = demolished = owner = Hamilton County, Ohio operator =… …   Wikipedia

  • Sod — or turf is grass and the part of the soil beneath it held together by the roots, or a piece of this material.The term sod may be used to mean turf grown and cut specifically for the establishment of lawns. However, in British English such… …   Wikipedia

  • National Sylvan Theater — MIT Concert Band performs at the National Sylvan Theater in 2011 …   Wikipedia

  • sod — sod1 sodless, adj. /sod/, n., v., sodded, sodding. n. 1. a section cut or torn from the surface of grassland, containing the matted roots of grass. 2. the surface of the ground, esp. when covered with grass; turf; sward. v.t. 3. to cover with… …   Universalium

  • sod — sod1 noun turf. ↘a piece of turf. verb (sods, sodding, sodded) rare cover with turf or pieces of turf. Phrases under the sod dead and buried. Origin ME: from MDu., Mid. Low Ger. sode, of unknown ultimate origin. sod2 vulgar slang …   English new terms dictionary

  • sod — I UK [sɒd] / US [sɑd] noun Word forms sod : singular sod plural sods 1) [countable] British impolite a word for someone who you dislike or who annoys you The silly sod forgot to tell them. 2) [countable] British impolite used for describing… …   English dictionary

  • sod off — phrasal verb [intransitive, always in imperative] Word forms sod off : present tense I/you/we/they sod off he/she/it sods off present participle sodding off past tense sodded off past participle sodded off British impolite a) used for telling… …   English dictionary

  • sod — 1. n. & v. n. 1 turf or a piece of turf. 2 the surface of the ground. v.tr. (sodded, sodding) cover (the ground) with sods. Phrases and idioms: under the sod in the grave. Etymology: ME f. MDu., MLG sode, of unkn. orig. 2. n. & v. esp. Brit.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • SOD — 1. n. & v. n. 1 turf or a piece of turf. 2 the surface of the ground. v.tr. (sodded, sodding) cover (the ground) with sods. Phrases and idioms: under the sod in the grave. Etymology: ME f. MDu., MLG sode, of unkn. orig. 2. n. & v. esp. Brit.… …   Useful english dictionary


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