- Rhymes: -ɪki
- hard to deal with, complicated
- They were in a tricky situation.
- 2012 September 15, Amy Lawrence, “Arsenal's Gervinho enjoys the joy of six against lowly Southampton”, in the Guardian:
- It was as comfortable an afternoon as Arsène Wenger could have wished for in a situation that can be tricky in between internationals and the upcoming Champions League.
- adept at using deception
- A tricky salesman can sell anything.
- (colloquial, slang) Relating to or associated with a prostitution trick
- I don't want any of your tricky money, thank you!
hard to deal with
adept at using deception
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