a bit dodgy

a bit dodgy

Appearing to be somewhat unsafe or dangerous; dubious; risky. This car looks a bit dodgy to drive in traffic. I don't think we should stay, the crowd in this bar seems a bit dodgy. The way the politicians run the country seems a bit dodgy to me.
See also: bit, dodgy
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All right, if you want to get all technical about it, it might have been a bit dodgy under the laws of the game, but come on, football is a game and there are dodgy decisions and dodgy goals scored every week and at least that one brought a smile, unless you were a Liverpool fan of course.
He added: "I know some of these programmes have turned out a bit dodgy in the past, but that is not a worry for me because I have got nothing dodgy to put in it