- (British English) [colloquial] [dated]he's got a dicky heartI'm feeling rather dickytiene problemas cardíacosno me siento bienestoy pachucho (Spain) [colloquial]Example sentences
- Andy, because of his dicky heart was excused, and was put in charge of liberating different coloured pens from the heavily guarded stock cupboard to make the graph more interesting.
- He is Val, or Uncle Val as he likes to be known, an old man with a generous streak, a dicky heart and a customised Roller.
- If I were to wait until some kind of separate road system for cycles is introduced, a dicky heart would have taken me to my grave before I managed to get on my bike.
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