Sod \Sod\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Sodden}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sodding}.] To cover with sod; to turf. [1913 Webster]

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  • sodding — sod|ding [ˈsɔdıŋ US ˈsa: ] adj BrE spoken not polite said when someone is angry or annoyed, or to emphasize what they are saying ▪ The sodding computer s crashed! …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sodding — adj British an intensifying adjective like bloody, bleeding, etc. Sodding usually carries overtones of extreme irritation, impa tience, etc …   Contemporary slang

  • sodding — [[t]sɒ̱dɪŋ[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n (emphasis) Sodding is used by some people to emphasize what they are saying, especially when they are angry or annoyed. [BRIT, INFORMAL, RUDE] …   English dictionary

  • sodding — adjective BrE informal an impolite word used to emphasize that you are angry: This sodding computer s crashed again! …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • sodding — Adv./Adj. Used as an intensifier. E.g. It s always that sodding idiot who wakes everyone up at a god awful hour …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • sodding — UK [ˈsɒdɪŋ] / US [ˈsɑdɪŋ] adjective [only before noun] British impolite used for showing that you are angry or upset about something I never have any sodding luck …   English dictionary

  • sodding* —  Adj. or adv. of vulgar emphasis. (E.g. Not sodding likely: No.) …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • sodding — adjective without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers an arrant fool a complete coward a consummate fool a double dyed villain gross negligence a perfect idiot pure folly …   Useful english dictionary

  • sodding — adjective An intensifier …   Wiktionary

  • sodding — sÉ‘d /sÉ’d n. section of grass that has been cut or uprooted from the earth; turf, uppermost layer of soil containing grass roots and plants; homosexual (British Slang); guy, fellow, chap (British Slang); obnoxious child, brat (British Slang) v.… …   English contemporary dictionary

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