[pod-suh-lahyz] /ˈpɒd səˌlaɪz/
verb (used with object), podsolized, podsolizing.
to make into .
verb (used without object), podsolized, podsolizing.
to become .
noun Automatic, meaningless, ritual talk, the idiom of pod people; tedious bromides: Clerks utter such podspeak as the inescapable ”Have a nice day” (1960s+)
[poh-duhngk] /ˈpoʊ dʌŋk/ noun 1. any small and insignificant or inaccessible town or village: After a year in the big city, I was ready to move back to Podunk. legendary small town, 1846, originally the name of a small group of Indians who lived around the Podunk River in Connecticut; the tribe name is in […]
[pod-sol, -sawl] /ˈpɒd sɒl, -sɔl/ noun 1. . /ˈpɒdzɒl/ noun 1. a type of soil characteristic of coniferous forest regions having a greyish-white colour in its upper leached layers podzol (pŏd’zôl’) Soil that is characterized by an upper dark organic zone overlying a white to gray zone formed by leaching, overlying a reddish-orange zone formed […]
/ˌpɒdzɒlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ noun 1. the process by which the upper layer of a soil becomes acidic through the leaching of bases which are deposited in the lower horizons