Definition Of odd

adjective

(of whole numbers such as 3 and 5) having one left over as a remainder when divided by two.

If the number in the second column is odd , divide it by two and drop the remainder.

different from what is usual or expected; strange.

the neighbors thought him very odd

happening or occurring infrequently and irregularly; occasional.

neither did she want a secret affair, snatching odd moments together

separated from a usual pair or set and therefore out of place or mismatched.

he's wearing odd socks

Example Of odd

  • An odd perfect number is defined to be an odd integer that is equal to the sum of its proper divisors.

  • And on the odd occasion Redfearn escaped the clutches of Bauress, Steve Hollis was on hand to look after the ex-Premiership star.

  • And, on the odd occasion, he has even been put in as an emergency centre-back.

  • As such, there are worse ways to spend an odd thirty minutes or so.

  • Back in the desert I had an odd sensation of riding into a landscape.


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