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dodgy

adjective   /ˈdɒdʒ.i/ UK informal
dishonest sospechoso a dodgy deal They got involved with a dodgy businessman and lost all their savings.1043
likely to fail or cause problems arriesgado The weather might be a bit dodgy at this time of year. I can’t come in to work today – I’ve got a bit of a dodgy stomach. It was a dodgy situation.10051759
likely to break or cause pain precario, fastidioso Careful – that chair’s a bit dodgy. Ever since the accident I’ve had this dodgy leg.1980581
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