poxy


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poxy

(ˈpɒksɪ)
adj, poxier or poxiest
1. (Pathology) having or having had syphilis
2. rotten; lousy
Translations

poxy

[ˈpɒksɪ] ADJ (Brit) → puñetero

poxy

[ˈpɒksi] adj (British) (= crummy) → minable
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Tax us all and spend it on poxy bus and cycle lanes
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Vicky Longden It is about time they got rid of that poxy ugly old building.
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Susannef Stockton is jealous of the success that Yarmhas over the poxy third rate Stockton High Street.