An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. peligroso
An adjustable-rate mortage seems to be a dicey option.Una hipoteca a tasa variable parece una opción peligrosa.
b. arriesgado
Christie assumed Frank would be arriving on time, but that was a dicey bet considering he's always late.Christie dio por sentado que Frank llegaría a tiempo, pero esa fue una apuesta arriesgada considerando que siempre llega tarde.
c. incierto
How many attendants are expected? - Apparently, 120, but the number is still dicey.¿Cuántos asistentes se esperan? - Según parece, 120, pero el número es todavía incierto.
d. dudoso
If the weather is dicey, stay home.Si el tiempo está dudoso, quédate en casa.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (colloquial)
a. arriesgado(a)
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dicey [ˈdaɪsɪ] dicier (comparative)diciest (superlative) (Britain)
(uncertain) incierto; dudoso; (hazardous) peligroso; arriesgado;
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