Well, this has been sufficiently awkward.

Hi guys,

I’m really confused with the meaning of “awkward”, can someone please tell me what does it mean in the sentence below, and in total, where we can use it? I know it may seems really dumb! lol

“Well, this has been sufficiently awkward.”

  1. lacking skill or dexterity; clumsy.
    " He fell awkwardly and hurt himself badly."

  2. lacking grace or ease in movement: an awkward gesture; an awkward dancer.
    “The boy tried to dance but he looked very awkward.”

  3. lacking social graces or manners: a simple, awkward frontiersman.
    “He seems rather awkward in our company.”

  4. not well planned or designed for easy or effective use: an awkward instrument; an awkward method.
    “It is an awkward shape to fit into a box.”

  5. requiring caution; somewhat hazardous; dangerous.
    “There is an awkward turn in the road ahead, so drive slowly.”

  6. hard to deal with; difficult; requiring skill, tact, or the like: an awkward situation; an awkward customer. Embarrassing or inconvenient; caused by lack of social grace: an awkward moment
    This is the meaning in your example!

It was really informative Beees, thank you my friend. :slight_smile: