Sodding



noun
1.
a section cut or torn from the surface of grassland, containing the matted roots of grass.
2.
the surface of the ground, especially when covered with grass; turf; sward.
verb (used with object), sodded, sodding.
3.
to cover with sods or sod.
verb, Archaic.
1.
simple past tense of seethe.
noun
1.
sodomite; homosexual.
2.
chap; fellow; guy.
3.
child; kid; brat.
verb (used with object), sodded, sodding.
4.
to damn:
Sod the bloody bastard!
Verb phrases
5.
sod off, to leave (usually as an imperative):
Why don’t you just sod off!
noun
1.
a piece of grass-covered surface soil held together by the roots of the grass; turf
2.
(poetic) the ground
verb sods, sodding, sodded
3.
(transitive) to cover with sods
noun
1.
a person considered to be obnoxious
2.
a jocular word for a person: the poor sod hasn’t been out for weeks
3.
(slang) sod all, nothing
interjection
4.
sod it, a strong exclamation of annoyance
sod
socks
SOD
superoxide dismutase

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