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iffy

adjective     /ˈɪf.i/ informal
not certain or decided 沒把握的;未確定的 Simon's still kind of iffy about going to Columbia. 西蒙還有點沒拿定主意是否要去哥倫比亞。 UncertaintyHesitatingAchievable
not completely good, honest or suitable 有點壞的;不很誠實的;不大合適的 The milk smells a bit iffy. 這牛奶聞起來有點不對勁。 I was hoping to go to the park but the weather's looking a bit iffy. 我本來打算去公園,但天氣看起來不大好。 DishonestQuite good, or not very goodSuitable and acceptableUnsuitable and unacceptable
(Definition of iffy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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