OD
OD, O.D. - Verb, pop culture or medical in origin.

To OD is to Overdose.

In a clinical meaning, it is to exceed the safe dosage of a drug, creating danger. NOT ALL ODS ARE FATAL. In fact most aren't. That's a common misunderstanding.

In a popular slang context, especially in an urban/hip hop setting, "OD" means to do something to EXTREMES. In other words, to go crazy with something.
"My friend OD'd on heroin but we kept him walking and made him drink coffee and he was fine, thank god."(clinical)

"Man, I know you gots a case of Cristal but don't OD! Dat shit is expensive dawg!" (In other words dont binge drink with expensive liquor)(urban/popular)

"I gave my bitch my MasterCard and the bitch be straight OD'in!" (He lent his credit card to his girlfriend and she racked up amazing amounts of debts) (urban/popular)

by Seifuru January 25, 2006
OD
1. Shot for Overdose or overdosing on sth(typically a drug)

2. An obscene amount, a very great number
1. John od'ed on heroin.

2. Warren Buffet got OD money.
Becky sucked OD dicks when she was in college. She was the go-to slut on campus.
by youngvito September 12, 2011
over dosed, over did something
Oh my god dat car accident was O.D., I said you could have a sip but you just O.D.'d on my soda.
by >[BoBbY d]< April 20, 2008
O.D. can stand of overdose/over doing/too much of something or also oh dayum!
john- See that girl over there? yeah i tapped her.
matt- O.D.!!!!!!!!

matt- shit i dropped my phone again
john- O.D.!!
by o.d. that niggas dirty November 30, 2009
the extreme of any situation.

(od'ing, od'ed)
"mike beat the shit out of ralph. he OD'ed"

"that movie had me OD scared"
by misskillasmile October 15, 2008
OD
*Acronym for "overdose".

*Acronym for "Olive-Drab", a green-grey color, used often in the military.

*Acronym for "overdo", "overdone", "overdid".
"OD is the predecessor to camouflage."
-me
by Dave November 03, 2004
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