tricky (comparative trickier, superlative trickiest)
- hard to deal with, complicated
- They were in a tricky situation.
2012 September 15, Amy Lawrence, “Arsenal's Gervinho enjoys the joy of six against lowly Southampton”, in the Guardian:
- It was as comfortable an afternoon as Arsène Wenger could have wished for in a situation that can be tricky in between internationals and the upcoming Champions League.
- adept at using deception
- A tricky salesman can sell anything.
hard to deal with
- Armenian: նենգոտ (hy) (nengot)
- Dutch: netelig (nl), netelige (nl)
- Estonian: keeruline (et), täbar
- Finnish: hankala (fi), tukala
- French: épineux (fr), compliqué (fr), complexe (fr), délicat (fr)
- German: schwierig (de), heikel (de)
- Greek: περίπλοκος (el) (períplokos), μπερδεμένος (el) (berdeménos)
- Italian: insidioso (it), ingannevole (it), pericoloso (it)