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    #1

    gawky

    I've looked it up in two dictionaries. "Cambridge Dictionary of American English" didn't give any definition. Is it more BrE?

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    Re: gawky

    Not a teacher

    Eg "One can be clumsy and/or look ridiculous".

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    #3

    Re: gawky

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    I've looked it up in two dictionaries. "Cambridge Dictionary of American English" didn't give any definition. Is it more BrE?
    Try "OneLook Dictionary Search." Awkward, ungainly. Itīs often used in AmE.
    Last edited by riquecohen; 25-Oct-2010 at 12:26. Reason: Additinal sentence.

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    Re: gawky

    It is used in BrE too.

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