2: suggesting or tending to suggest something improper or indecent : risqué
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.http://www.bartleby.com/cgi-bin/texis/webinat...
2. Tending to suggest something improper or indecent:
"a controversial song with highly suggestive lyrics"
Roget’s II: The New Thesaurus, Third Edition. 1995.http://www.bartleby.com/62/86/S1478600.html
1. Provoking a change of outlook and especially gradual doubt and suspicion: insinuating, insinuative, insinuatory. See SUGGEST.
2. Conveying hidden or unexpressed meaning: meaningful, pregnant, significant. See MEANING.
3. Bordering on indelicacy or impropriety: blue, earthy, off-color, provocative, racy, risqué, salty, scabrous, spicy. See DECENT.
4. Suggesting sexuality: sensual, sexual, sexy, voluptuous. See SEX.
5. Tending to bring a memory, mood, or image, for example, subtly or indirectly to mind: allusive, connotative, evocative, impressionistic, reminiscent. See SUGGEST.
Kenneth G. Wilson (1923–). The Columbia Guide to Standard American English. 1993.http://www.bartleby.com/68/28/5828.html
Suggestive has two meanings: “thought-provoking, rich in ideas and allusions and the like,” as in His observations about the report were suggestive—that is, helpful. But the much more frequently used meaning is “implying something indecent or improper”: He made suggestive remarks about that woman. Note that this raised-eyebrow, fleering sense of suggestive is so strong that it’s usually necessary, when that’s not the intended sense, to use ameliorative adverbs or adjectives with it to avoid ambiguity or misunderstanding: Her comments were suggestive and proved helpful.
Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionaryhttp://www.oup.com/oald-bin/web_getald7index1a.pl
2 making people think about sex: "suggestive jokes" * "to make suggestive remarks"
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionaryhttp://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?ke...
1 often used to describe something that makes people think about sex:
"Some of his lyrics are rather suggestive."
zwei|deu|tig [Adj. , o. Steig.]
1 zwei oder mehrere Bedeutungen besitzend
2 [ugs.] schlüpfrig, anstößig; ~e Witze
anzüglich, schlüpfrig, unanständig: z. Anspielungen, Bemerkungen machen; natürlich gab es z. Blicke; nach kurzer Zeit waren sie bei den z. Witzen angekommen; [Strophen, die] der Grenze des Unziemlichen und Schlüpfrigen, des Zweideutigen und Eindeutigen bedenklich nahe kamen H. Franck J. S. Bach 238;