Meaning of MOD in English

MOD

1. adj. & n. colloq.

--adj. modern, esp. in style of dress.

--n. Brit. a young person (esp. in the 1960s) of a group aiming at sophistication and smart modern dress.

Phrases and idioms:

mod cons modern conveniences.

Etymology: abbr. 2.

prep. Math. MODULO.

Etymology: abbr. 3. n. a Highland Gaelic meeting for music and poetry.

Etymology: Gael. mod

Oxford English vocab.      Оксфордский английский словарь.