Meaning of ODD in English


(NOT OFTEN) [adjective] [before noun; not gradable] - not happening oftenShe does the odd teaching job but nothing permanent.You get the odd person who's rude to you but they're generally quite helpful.An odd-job man/odd-jobber is a man who is paid to do a variety of jobs, esp. in the house or garden. -odd (APPROXIMATELY) [suffix] [informal] - used after a number, esp. a number that can be divided by ten, to show that the exact number is not knownHow many people do you think were there last night - 50-odd (= about 50)?"How old d'you reckon he is?" "Oh, I'd say about forty-odd - maybe forty-five."This firm owns 200-odd acres of the best land.

Cambridge English vocab.      Кембриджский английский словарь.