Awkward meaning in English

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awkward: clumsy, unnatural; uncomfortable adjective
Icarus is a brilliant accountant, but he is a little awkward socially. Whenever he talks to people, he turns red and starts choking.
(an) awkward (situation): (an) embarrassing, uncomfortable (situation) adjective
awkwardly: ungracefully, clumsily, in an uncomfortable manner adverb

UK: Icarus is a brilliant accountant, but he's a little awkward socially.
US: My conversation with your mother was a bit awkward.

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