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dodge

verb /dodʒ/
to avoid (something) by a sudden and/or clever movement
esquivar
She dodged the blow He dodged round the corner out of sight Politicians are very good at dodging difficult questions.
dodgy adjective ( comparative dodgier, superlative dodgiest) difficult or risky
arriesgado, difícil
Catching the 5.15 train after the meeting will be rather dodgy.
(of a person, organization etc) not trustworthy or safe, financially or otherwise
sospechoso, poco fiable
I think the whole business sounds a bit dodgy.
(Definition of dodge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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