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dodgy

adjective
chiefly British

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1 requiring exceptional skill or caution in performance or handling
  • getting the trade unions to go along with the agreement will be a rather dodgy piece of work

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3 giving good reason for being doubted, questioned, or challenged
  • the authenticity of the "lost" Shakespearean sonnet was more than a little dodgy

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The first known use of dodgy was in 1861

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