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British informal. awkward and time-consuming to do or use.
Hi Penny! It doesn't have to be a "word" found in the dictionary. It can be a person's name, nickname, name of a company, acronym, etc. You just need to specify what it is if it's not a word we're familiar with. Somehow we always seem to pull ourselves out of the hole we dug. Speaking of which ...
Acronym for "First Aid Fire Fighting Equipment". It's also an acronym for something else in the Urban Dictionary, but I really wasn't going to use that one.
We're getting there!
Foundation for the Advancement of Research in Financial Economics
Whew! that took a tricky turn there for a while.
Yeah, I think we're on our way out of that hole we dug ...
Am I bad?!! He! He!
Hey, there was more than one shovel in that hole.