Iffy

Another lovely English word that foreigners seem reluctant to use. Iffy is a more informal way of saying doubtful or uncertain. But in fewer letters it encapsulates the meaning beautifully.

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Marketa was thinking of an outdoor wedding but it will have to be before September because the weather is pretty iffy in that month.

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The plan to open branches in the interior of the country is an iffy one. First, it will involve a huge investment and second, we have no client base there.

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