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English definition of “seedy”

seedy

adjective     /ˈsiːdi/ informal
looking dirty or in bad condition and likely to be involved in immoral activities: a seedy bar/hotelMorally wrong and evilDishonestDirty and untidy
(Definition of seedy adjective from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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