Definition of cruddy in US English:

cruddy

adjective

informal
  • See crud

    • ‘The box stores sit in the middle of already existing major shopping areas, beside subway stops, and have the opposite effect, if anything, revitalizing cruddy areas and triggering some urban renewal.’
    • ‘They booked a tour of small, cruddy bars across the United States and Canada in advance of the album's release, expecting only moderate attendance.’
    • ‘Besides, the weather is supposed to be kinda cruddy.’
    • ‘Well, you can read all about my cruddy Saturday afternoon of football here if you're a masochist, or you can just poke toothpicks in your eye while you're in the shower if you really want to recreate the experience.’
    • ‘It wouldn't be such a big deal if it happened just every once in a while, but this has been going on for some time… and you're feeling cruddy about it.’

Pronunciation

cruddy

/ˈkrədē//ˈkrədi/