(also kludgey, cludgy)
Definition of kludgy in English:
adjective (kludgier, kludgiest; cludgier, cludgiest)informal, chiefly Computing
Awkwardly or inelegantly made or done: you can copy files over a network using slightly kludgy onscreen menus
More example sentences
- Adobe acknowledged the fix is complicated and somewhat kludgy, but it does get designers back up and running.
- Back then, Windows 3.1 was a kludgey, moth-eaten curtain hung in front of DOS.
- It may just be that we're not comfortable with it yet, but the browsing is kind of cludgy.
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