OH DEAR, oh dear Mr Butcher (Letters, October 2), what hyprocrisy accusing other contributors to the Letters page of political propaganda.
What does OD stand for?
OD stands for Oh Dear
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of OD
We have 31 other meanings of OD in our Acronym Attic
- Offense Defense (sports)
- Office Depot
- Office of Disability (Social Security)
- Office of the Dean
- Office of the Director (NIH)
- Officer Down
- Officer of the Day
- Official Declaration
- Offsite Dose
Samples in periodicals archive:
I went into this meeting and he went, 'Oh dear, oh dear.
Byline: ANGUS GILL Dear Editor, Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.
Oh dear, oh dear, I take it from Coun Rob Higgins that another local election must be upon us (Your Shout, May 26) so soon after the last elections, or is this what Labour meant after its election post-mortem: "We must attack the opposition all year round and not just the few months before an election.
Oh dear, such a bother for so many innocent bystanders.
OH dear, oh dear, Labour leader Ed Miliband has let the cat out of the bag, when virtually admitting that the previous Labour government had ruined this country's economy.
And, oh dear, oh dear, the talk of Beckham getting a knighthood, whatever next, I dread to think.
Earlier, when asked if he had sampled Vanessa's charms, his agent Chantal Stanley replied: "Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear, she does seem very popular, doesn't she?