sod you !

sod you !
Exclam. General exclamation of dismissal, rejection, hostility.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • sod, you —    ‘Sod’ is a taboo word in British English, but commonly occurs as a vocative. Those who use it know that they are expressing contempt for the person addressed, but are probably unaware that ‘sod’ is a short form of ‘sodomist’. The use of… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • sod — [[t]sɒ̱d[/t]] sods 1) N COUNT (disapproval) If someone calls another person or something such as a job a sod, they are expressing anger or annoyance towards that person or thing. [BRIT, INFORMAL, RUDE] 2) EXCLAM (feelings) If someone uses an… …   English dictionary

  • Sod — This word has many uses. My father always used to say Oh Sod! or Sod it! if something went wrong and he didn t want to swear too badly in front of the children. If someone is a sod or an old sod then it means they are a bit of a bastard or an… …   The American's guide to speaking British

  • sod — I. n British 1a. an unpleasant person (of either sex, but more often male). The word often implies unfair or cruel behaviour on the part of the person described. I m sorry I was such a sod to you. 1b. an individual. Like bugger, the term is used… …   Contemporary slang

  • Sod (Vulgarity) — Sod in British English is a mildly offensive term for a person, derived from sodomite [ [ Sod] at the Online Etymology Dictionary] but rarely nowadays used with this meaning. It has many uses, but… …   Wikipedia

  • sod all — UK US noun [uncountable] british impolite nothing at all I’ve had sod all to eat since breakfast. Thesaurus: nothing, none and no onesynonym everything and including everythingsynonym * * * absolutely nothing * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • sod off — (vulgar sl; usu imperative) To go away • • • Main Entry: ↑sod * * * sod off Brit informal + impolite used to tell someone to leave or go away Sod off or I ll call the police. • • • Main Entry: ↑sod * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • sod — [ sad ] noun 1. ) count or uncount MAINLY LITERARY a piece of earth that has grass and roots growing in it 2. ) count BRITISH IMPOLITE a word for someone you dislike or who annoys you a ) poor sod BRITISH IMPOLITE used for saying that you feel… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Sod's law — n [U] BrE the natural tendency for things to go wrong whenever possible used humorously American Equivalent: Murphy s Law ▪ It s Sod s law that the car breaks down when you need it most …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Sod Off, God! We Believe in Our Rockband — is the first and only album released by Swedish hard rock band Rallypack. In 2006 Rallypack became Lillasyster.The songs#Pissman #Long Ride #Book of Instructions #Luke Skywalker #7 Eleven Shaolin #Piss on a Piano #La Samba Mei #And in the Car #I… …   Wikipedia

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