Definition of klutzy in English:

klutzy

adjective

North American
informal
  • See klutz

    • ‘At lunch, some klutzy classman bumped into me, sending my lunch tray soaring out of my hands to meet the cafeteria floor.’
    • ‘Everyone has bad days, and she seemed awfully klutzy today.’
    • ‘No, I've actually never seen her do anything that's klutzy, she seems pretty poised.’
    • ‘I've always been kind of a klutzy person.’
    • ‘This New York comedy teams him with Sandra Bullock, in full ditzy, klutzy mode: pushing the hair out of her eyes, being distracted, falling over things, etc.’

Pronunciation

klutzy

/ˈklətsē//ˈklətsi/