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adjective (dodgi, er) (british)
  1. evasive and shifty
Asked why, a spokesman gave a answer about legal ramifications.
  1. unsound and unreliable
Never listen to advice.
The old machine kept breaking down.
  1. dishonest
The more money the better, because there is always that politician or corrupt official to bribe.
I am sure you wouldn't want to be seen buying gear, would you? (stolen goods).
  1. risky
This is a slightly plan, because there is a lot that is being changed for this fix.
  1. deviant
He's a Peeping Tom.
  1. weird
The situation was right .
I'm feeling today, probably got the flu.
Etymology: Derived from the verb dodge. First used in mid-19th century England.


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