Meaning of CROOKED in English

CROOKED

/ ˈkrʊkɪd; NAmE / adjective

1.

not in a straight line; bent or twisted :

a crooked nose / smile

a village of crooked streets

Your glasses are on crooked.

OPP straight

2.

dishonest :

a crooked businessman / deal

3.

crooked (on sb) ( AustralE , informal ) annoyed :

It's not you I'm crooked on , it's him.

►  crook·ed·ly adverb

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WORD ORIGIN

Middle English : from crook , probably modelled on Old Norse krókóttr crooked, cunning.

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