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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtrickytrick‧y /ˈtrɪki/ ●●○ S3 adjective (comparative trickier, superlative trickiest)  1 DIFFICULTsomething that is tricky is difficult to deal with or do because it is complicated and full of problems I can get you tickets for the show but it’ll be tricky.see thesaurus at difficult2 TRICK/DECEIVECHEATa tricky person is clever and likely to deceive you syn crafty
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trickyGetting everyone to use the new technology will be tricky.Getting the two sides of the mobile to balance is tricky.For customers, the choice is trickier.What is a little tricky about Easter is the date, which varies yearly.Its physical manoeuvrability makes it easy to demonstrate syllable structure or to emphasise tricky bits.Refuelling a plane in mid air is a tricky business.Some unnecessarily tricky camera work early on is taxing, as is the film's glacial pace.Oh, no fault of your own, it's a very tricky role.Teachers often have to deal with tricky situations such as interviews with angry parents.It is not to any degree tricky, subtle, or surreal.But as a headache remedy, caffeine can be tricky to manage.It would be very tricky to try to stabilize the region without the support of other countries.
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