Australian term.
1. Something or someone that is a bit suspicious, doesn't seem quite right. Doesn't seem the real deal.

2. Slack, broken, worthless or useless.

3. Not very appealing.
1. That car salesman seemed a bit dodgey.

2. This old car is pretty dodgey.

3. That band last night were pretty dodgey.
by Susan Blu January 5, 2004
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British slang for male homosexual

(usually slang for suspicious or unreliable
as in "Don't toss the ball hard at me - I got a dodgey wrist...)

Like in the British "coming out" film "Get Real" - "I mean you're not really -- dodgey?" "Yeah, I'm dodgey."
by dahboi March 27, 2009
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Another name for Holden. Instead of "That car is a Holden" it is quite acceptable to say "That car is dodgey!"
Thats the most dodgey car ive ever seen!!!
by Siwep February 7, 2007
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Similar in meaning to the word "Dodgy", however this carries a stronger meaning.
"This carrot is dodgy."

or, where a stronger term is needed...

"Taco_Demon is dodgey"
by amenoire August 10, 2006
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To cross a road in a place with no crossing most likely unsafe and dodgey. Most cases will involve the need to walk fast or run.
Let's dodgey cross here.

We missed the crossing, dodgey cross fast!
by Coffeesloth12 May 7, 2021
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Used in reference to an item, construction or situation of low production quality/effort. For example, poor construction of a house or easily destructible housewares.

Derived from a recurring Australian sketch comedy skit from the 80's starring two brothers, the "Dodgey" brothers, set up to look slightly like a home shopping advertisement, where they would peddle items of poor quality, or shady services.
Person A: "This house doesn't look like it would meet proper Building Regulations..."
Person B: "Yeah, it's a bit Dodgey Bros"
by Gargit November 22, 2010
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