English version

sod

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Soil, Gardening
sodsod1 /sɒd $ sɑːd/ noun 🔊 🔊 1 [countable] British English informal not politeSTUPID/NOT SENSIBLEINSULT a very offensive word for someone, especially a man, who you think is stupid or annoyingGet up, you lazy sod!2 → be a sod3 [countable usually singular] British English informal not politeSYMPATHIZE used to refer to a personThe poor sod's wife left him.You lucky sod!4 → not give/care a sod5 [countable, uncountable]TASDLG a piece of earth or the layer of earth with grass and roots growing in it
Examples from the Corpus
sod• Somehow I got distracted and forgot to fill up my truck with sod.
sodsod2 verb British English spoken not polite 🔊 🔊 1 → sod it/that2 UNIMPORTANT[transitive only in imperative or infinitive] used to say rudely that something is not importantSod the job, I’m going home.3 → sod off