Definition of dodgily in English:

dodgily

adverb

British
informal
  • See dodgy

    • ‘When the cages came off the lorry I did think one of them was a bit wobbly and dodgily stacked.’
    • ‘Steven dodgily said he was fine because he had generally disposed of most of it anyway.’
    • ‘My electronics knowledge is famously bad though, which is why I play with kits like this and don't, for example, dodgily solder things onto breadboards.’
    • ‘Do I fill out its dodgily leading questions, thus encouraging more politicians to believe what I believe?’
    • ‘Not only was the geography of Egypt all rather dodgily presented, but they couldn't even get the basic geography of London right in the bus chase seen.’