Learn how to say Odd One Out correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word odd:
1different to what is usual or expected; strange:
the neighbours thought him very odd
it’s odd that she didn’t recognize me
2(of whole numbers such as 3 and 5) having one left over as a remainder when divided by two:
atoms which possess an odd number of electrons
[in combination] in the region of or somewhat more than a particular number or quantity:
she looked younger than her fifty-odd years
denoting a single goal by which one side defeats another, especially where each side scores at least once:
they lost a close-fought game by the odd goal in five
3 [attributive] happening or occurring infrequently and irregularly; occasional:
we have the odd drink together
when you’ve got an odd five minutes, could I have a word?
4separated from a usual pair or set and therefore out of place or mismatched:
he’s wearing odd socks
odd one (or man) out
a person or thing differing from all other members of a particular group or set in some way:
I hate being the odd one out among friends who are all couples
in the case of the verb become, the odd one out is the past form
odd (sense 1).
odd (sense 1).
oddly enough, I didn’t feel nervous
she felt oddly guilty
Middle English (in odd (sense 2)): from Old Norse odda-, found in combinations such as odda-mathr ‘third or odd man’, from oddi ‘angle’