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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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It reads: "Will do anything for poxy Ireland, except live in that s***hole.
"I don't think either team deserved to win and it was always going to take something poxy like the penalty to win it.
Here is some of the social media reaction: | Imran Hussain said: "Need to go and drag Theresa May out of her posh hotel at her poxy conference, and show her what her cuts to the police are doing to us."
The added features in toilets are: vinyl wrapping of toilet doors for improved aesthetics, poxy coating, provisioning of extra mats to improve hygienic standards and to give a dry toilet to the passengers with improved cleanliness, and polished commodes and basins to make them odour free in every trip.
As a ex-solider I'm disgusted that they worried about a poxy point deduction I'm sure all those who made the ultimate sacrifice would be turning in their graves.
But we first have to deliver a knockout blow on the poxy little parties that poison the atmosphere.
Corrupt to the core." A friend added: "God lets all get the bag straps out wtf a bag strap A POXY BAG STRAP , what ever next once again clutching at straws what ever next."
Except that he's called Poxy Cohen, and she's not happy...
The councillor has defended his stance, branding the parties "poxy," and hit back at the Tories.
American folk band the Poxy Boggards will be headlining the festival, along with performances by harpist Aedan MacDonnell and singer-songwriter Virginia Morris, as well as special Dylan Thomas poetry readings by Hilary Wyn Williams and actor Joe Praml.
Priorities people, there is a North in Wales as well as a south, and I'm sure you'd get a bigger benefit from improving the A55 than a poxy stretch of the M4.