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  1. nervy

    • IPA[ˈnərvē]


    • adj.
      bold or impudent;easily agitated or alarmed; nervous
    • 釋義


    • 1. North American informal bold or impudent it was kind of nervy for Billy to be telling him how to play
    • 2. British easily agitated or alarmed; nervous he was nervy and on edge
    • characterized or produced by apprehension or uncertainty they made a nervy start
    • 3. archaic, literary sinewy or strong.