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I expected an argument, but she merely nodded and went out.
The manager nodded his understanding.
Alison smiled and nodded in agreement.
Luke was nodding his head thoughtfully.
'They're having fun', she said, nodding towards the kids on the beach.
She nodded at the waiter for him to bring in the cake.
I nodded to my friend and she rang the bell.
This is the British English definition of nod. View American English definition of nod.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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