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suck·y

 (sŭk′ē)
adj. suck·i·er, suck·i·est Vulgar Slang
1. Highly unpleasant or disagreeable.
2. Of poor or inferior quality.
3. Inept or incompetent.

[suck + -y.]
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sucky

(ˈsʌkɪ)
adj, suckier or suckiest
informal US inferior, feeble, or useless
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Translations

sucky

adj (US sl) → beschissen (inf)
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When she was interviewed by the police, the victim - who cannot be named for legal reasons - described the sweet as a "sucky pop".
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He later claimed his actual words were "your t*** look great in that top, I bet you've got lovely sucky nipples".
En este sentido, la gestion de inventarios constituye un area de las organizaciones en la cual es factible la reduccion de costos sin llegar a reducir los ingresos, elemento fundamental para la supervivencia de las empresas en tiempos modernos, segun Sucky (2005); Ortiz (2004) y Jimenez (2005).
"I think it was pretty sucky for them to have to go back (to prison).