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dodgy

adjective \ˈdä-jē\

: false or dishonest

: causing a lack of trust or confidence

: in bad condition

Full Definition of DODGY

1
chiefly British :  evasive, tricky
2
chiefly British
a :  not sound, good, or reliable
b :  questionable, suspicious
3
chiefly British :  requiring skill or care in handling or coping with
dodg·i·ness \-nəs\ noun

Examples of DODGY

  1. The car's got a dodgy engine.
  2. They got into a dodgy situation.

First Known Use of DODGY

1861

Rhymes with DODGY

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