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    Nod world

    Have you ever heard about the idiom "nod world"? If so, what exactly does it mean?


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    yeah, nod world means something like: 'The world of your dreams'


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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Have you ever heard about the idiom "nod world"? If so, what exactly does it mean?
    Can you give the context - where did you hear this?

    florr0 - I think you mean "The Land of Nod".


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    I'm wondering if the original was really "an odd world."

    [not a teacher]


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    I actually mean "nod world". A friend of mine which is studying english has found it in an exercise about idioms. She has to look for the meaning, but we can't find anything, anywhere...
    Any advice?


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    Perhaps you can let us have the source sentence - as it stands it is meaningless. It is possible that you and your friend are misreading the text.

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