on one's tod
- adjalone, on one's own. The phrase is rhyming slang from 'Tod Sloan', the name of an American jockey active at the turn of the 20th century.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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on one's tod — Brit. informal on one s own. → tod … English new terms dictionary
on one's tod — Phrs. Alone. Rhyming slang from Tod Sloan, the name of an American jockey … English slang and colloquialisms
on one's tod — adjective on ones own, alone Syn: on ones own … Wiktionary
tod — n. Brit. sl. Phrases and idioms: on one s tod alone; on one s own. Etymology: 20th c.: perh. f. rhyming sl. on one s Tod Sloan (name of a jockey) … Useful english dictionary
tod — noun (in phr. on one s tod) Brit. informal on one s own. Origin 1930s: from rhyming sl. Tod Sloan, an American jockey … English new terms dictionary
Tod (Sloan) — n British See on one s tod … Contemporary slang
tod — Noun. See on one s tod … English slang and colloquialisms
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