In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
Officer of the Day
verbo intransitivoOD'd, OD'ing
- The first time I OD'd, I think it really hit me that this is really not that fun, you know.
- However, some believe he had gotten into his girlfriend's heroin and OD'd.
- To help keep you right, we've fixed up four high-protein dinners that are perfect for days when you've OD'd on carbohydrates.
- ‘Lisa with all the meds you keep shoving down my throat I'm surprised I haven't OD'd,’ he teased.
- If CEO perks were pills, Snow would have OD'd a long time ago.
- He would find no wounds, no blood, nor any signs that the man had OD'd.
- Today we all slept late and then went to a churrascaria and OD'd on meat.
- When they found her, she couldn't tell them whether she had deliberately or accidentally OD'd.
- But good for him: he OD'd on a drug that hasn't really hit mainstream awareness yet.
- I'm going to have to lower my standards big time if I want to be able to get through it without OD'ing due to stress over failure.
- When she was just seven years old her daddy OD'd.
- Not one performance failed to give me some fresh insight into a composer I thought I had OD'd on long ago.
- Then his nephew nearly OD's on meth, allowing the brutal vengeance to begin.
- Last year they airlifted some kid out of Enchanted 2003, his respiratory system had shut down after OD'ing on Eccys.
- And that was the problem - eventually I OD'd on big views.
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