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bod

[bod] /bɒd/
noun, Informal.
1.
body:
You've got to have a great bod to look good in that bathing suit.
2.
Chiefly British. person:
We need a few more bods to help with the extra work.
Origin of bod
1780-1790
1780-90; short for body

BOD

1.
biochemical oxygen demand.
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British Dictionary definitions for bod

bod

/bɒd/
noun (informal)
1.
a fellow; chap: he's a queer bod
2.
another word for body (sense 1)
Word Origin
C18: short for body

BOD

abbreviation
1.
biochemical oxygen demand
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Word Origin and History for bod
n.

1788, "a person," short for body. Meaning "physical body" is recorded from 1933.

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Slang definitions & phrases for bod

bod

noun

  1. A person (1930s+ British)
  2. The body; physique: Pamela Anderson (Brigitte Bardot hair, pouty lips, sex-doll bod)/ There are women who don't know any other way to relate except with their bods (1960s+)
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Related Abbreviations for bod

BOD

1.
bandwidth on demand
2.
biochemical oxygen demand
3.
biological oxygen demand
4.
board of directors
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