Associations to the word «Pod»
POD, noun. (botany) a seed case for legumes (e.g. peas, beans, peppers)
POD, noun. A small vehicle, especially used in emergency situations
POD, noun. (obsolete) (UK) (dialect) A bag; a pouch.
POD, verb. (intransitive) To bear or produce pods
POD, verb. (transitive) To remove peas from their case.
POD, verb. (intransitive) To swell or fill.
POD, noun. A group of whales, dolphins, seals, porpoises or hippopotami.
POD AUGER, noun. An auger whose channel is straight instead of twisted.
POD BIT, noun. A bit whose channel is straight instead of twisted.
POD PEOPLE, noun. Plural of pod person
POD PERSON, noun. A conformist person, especially one who lacks personality or originality
POD SHAVER, noun. A craftsman skilled at carving cricket bats in a traditional manner.
POD SLURPING, noun. (computing) The illicit copying of data from an unattended personal computer by plugging in a portable storage device
POD, noun. The vessel that contains the seeds of a plant (not the seeds themselves).
POD, noun. A several-seeded dehiscent fruit as e.g. of a leguminous plant.
POD, noun. A group of aquatic mammals.
POD, noun. A detachable container of fuel on an airplane.
POD, verb. Take something out of its shell or pod; "pod peas or beans".
POD, verb. Produce pods, of plants.
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