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dicky

adjective uk   us   /ˈdɪk.i/ UK informal
weak, especially in health, and likely to fail or suffer from problems: Grandad's got a dicky heart.
Translations of “dicky”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指身體)虛弱的,病懨懨的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指身体)虚弱的,病恹恹的…
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