YellowBridge Chinese Language & Culture
Chinese Language Center

Learn Mandarin Mandarin-English Dictionary & Thesaurus

New Search

odd
ɑːd
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not easily explained.
  2. Not divisible by two.
  3. An indefinite quantity more than that specified.
  4. Not used up.
  5. Beyond or deviating from the usual or expected.
  6. Of the remaining member of a pair, of socks e.g..
Hyphenationodd
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
Matching Results
奇数jīshùodd number
单数dānshùpositive odd number (also written 奇数); singular (grammar)
临时línshías the time draws near; at the last moment; temporary; interim; ad hoc
variant of , remainder; extra; surplus; remaining; remainder after division; (following numerical value) or more; in excess of (some number); residue (math.); after; I; me; (Chinese surname)
奇特qítèpeculiar; unusual; queer
odd (number)
真怪zhēnguàiodd; unusual; I can't believe that ...
odd; one horn up and one horn down
蹊跷qīqiāo, xīqiāo (Tw)odd; queer; strange; fishy
离奇líqíodd; bizarre
零零星星líng líng xīng xīngodd; piecemeal; fragmentary
零头língtóuodd; scrap; remainder
莫名奇妙mòmíng qímiàoodd; baffling; unaccountable; mysterious; boring (e.g. movie)
génfunny; odd; interesting
strange; odd; weird; wonderful; surprisingly; unusually; unexpected; unpredictable
Page of 2
Wildcard: Use * as placeholder for 0 or more
Chinese characters or pinyin syllables