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dodgy

US [ˈdɑdʒi]
UK [ˈdɒdʒi]
  • adj.狡猾的;狡诈的;可疑的;有毛病的
  • Web躲闪的;危险的;善于骗人的
Comparative Degree:dodgier  Superlative:dodgiest  
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adj.
1.
狡猾的;狡诈的;可疑的seeming or likely to be dishonest
He made a lot of money, using some very dodgy methods.
他采用一些极其狡诈的手段赚了许多钱。
I don't want to get involved in anything dodgy.
我不想牵连进任何欺骗勾当。
2.
有毛病的;运转不良的;状况不佳的not working well; not in good condition
I can't play─I've got a dodgy knee.
我不能玩了,我的膝盖出了毛病。
The marriage had been distinctly dodgy for a long time.
这桩婚姻长期以来明显有问题。
3.
冒险的;危险的;困难的involving risk, danger or difficulty
If you get into any dodgy situations, call me.
如果你遇上什么难事,给我打电话。

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