a seed case for legumes (e.g. peas, beans, peppers) (noun)
a small vehicle, especially used in emergency situations (noun)
To bear or produce pods (verb)
To remove peas from their case. (verb)
To swell or fill. (verb)
A group of whales, dolphins, porpoises or hippopotami. (noun)
Examples of word pod
The term "pod," used to connote a blank person, has become so much a part of everyday speech that even people who've never seen the movies or read Finney's novel know the gist of the nightmare he gave to America.
Entering or exiting a pod is therefore rather like stepping on or off an escalator.
If you put the right amount of coffee in (the pod is almost too full to close properly), it works.
At one end of the pod is always a kind of little hook; the unbroken pod was taken into the mouth with this little hook forward, between the teeth; and the eater, seizing the little hook between thumb and finger, drew it out of his mouth with the two little strings that were always attached to the hook.
Like a house of cards, the entire pod is fabricated from structural fibrous cement sheet, only held together by exposed galvanised steel braces.