- adj. 多种子的；结籽的；破烂的；没精打采的；下流的
- seedy (adj.)
- mid-15c., "fruitful, abundant," from seed (n.) + -y (2). From 1570s as "abounding in seeds." Meaning "shabby" is from 1739, probably in reference to the appearance of a flowering plant that has run to seed. Related: Seediness.
- 1. Frank ran dodgy errands for a seedy local villain.
- 2. Frank drifted into running dodgy errands for a seedy local villain.
- 3. He found his brother in a seedy, roach-infested apartment.
- 4. They suck you in to their seedy world.
- 5. the seedy world of prostitution
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