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codcod1 /kɒd $ kɑːd/ noun (plural cod)  1 [countable]HBF a large sea fish that lives in the North Atlantic2 [uncountable]DFF the white flesh of a cod, eaten as food Two cod fillets, please.
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codIan and a friend bagged 90 cod in just two hours in one purple patch.baked cod with a mustard saucePeeler also works for pout, eels and the big cod.Boats taking occasional thornback ray, but cod scarce.He ordered his meal of cod and chips and no vinegar, then sat down to await its arrival.Plaice, cod, huss and skate are all caught locally.The manager, young Pinto-Marques, supplied him with glasses of chilled vinho verde and plates of olives or salt cod fritters.The fish made several deep dives and I began to wonder who would give up first, me or the cod.Season the cod steaks and place them on top of the tomato mixture.
codcod2 adjective [only before noun] British English  not real, but intended to look or sound real – often used humorously a cod English accentCODCOD British English, C.O.D. American English /ˌsiː əʊ ˈdiː $ -oʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  PAY FOR (cash on delivery) a payment system in which the customer pays the person who delivers the goods to themFrom Longman Business DictionaryCODCOD noun [uncountable]COMMERCETRANSPORT abbreviation for CASH ON DELIVERY
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