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Sinónimos detallados de fiddle en inglés

fiddle:

fiddle [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the fiddle
    the violin; the fiddle
  2. the fiddle
    – bowed stringed instrument that is the highest member of the violin family; this instrument has four strings and a hollow body and an unfretted fingerboard and is played with a bow 1
    the fiddle; the violin
    – bowed stringed instrument that is the highest member of the violin family; this instrument has four strings and a hollow body and an unfretted fingerboard and is played with a bow 1

to fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)

  1. to fiddle
    to fiddle; to do needlework
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
    • do needlework verbo (does needlework, did needlework, doing needlework)
  2. to fiddle
    to twiddle; to fiddle; to fidget; to niggle
    • twiddle verbo (twiddles, twiddled, twiddling)
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
    • fidget verbo (fidgets, fidgeted, fidgeting)
    • niggle verbo (niggles, niggled, niggling)
  3. to fiddle
    to deceive; to fiddle
    • deceive verbo (deceives, deceived, deceiving)
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
  4. to fiddle
    to muddle; to fiddle; to muck; to monkey; to fumble; to mess about
    • muddle verbo (muddles, muddled, muddling)
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
    • muck verbo (mucks, mucked, mucking)
    • monkey verbo (monkeys, monkeyed, monkeying)
    • fumble verbo (fumbles, fumbled, fumbling)
    • mess about verbo (messes about, messed about, messing about)
  5. to fiddle
    – try to fix or mend 1
    to fiddle; to tinker
    – try to fix or mend 1
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
      • She always fiddles with her van on the weekend1
    • tinker verbo (tinkers, tinkered, tinkering)
      • Can you tinker with the T.V. set--it's not working right1
  6. to fiddle
    – play around with or alter or falsify, usually secretively or dishonestly 1
    to fiddle; to monkey; to tamper
    – play around with or alter or falsify, usually secretively or dishonestly 1
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
      • The reporter fiddle with the facts1
    • monkey verbo (monkeys, monkeyed, monkeying)
    • tamper verbo (tampers, tampered, tampering)
      • Someone tampered with the documents on my desk1
  7. to fiddle
    – manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination 1
    to play; to fiddle; to toy; to diddle
    – manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination 1
    • play verbo (plays, played, playing)
      • She played nervously with her wedding ring1
      • He played with the idea of running for the Senate1
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
      • Don't fiddle with the screws1
    • toy verbo (toys, toyed, toying)
    • diddle verbo (diddles, diddled, diddling)
  8. to fiddle
    – play on a violin 1
    to fiddle
    – play on a violin 1
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
      • Zuckerman fiddled that song very nicely1
  9. to fiddle
    – play the violin or fiddle 1
    to fiddle
    – play the violin or fiddle 1
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
  10. to fiddle
    – commit fraud and steal from one's employer 1
    to fiddle
    – commit fraud and steal from one's employer 1
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
      • We found out that she had been fiddling for years1
  11. to fiddle
    – avoid (one's assigned duties) 1
    to fiddle; to shrink from; shirk; goldbrick
    – avoid (one's assigned duties) 1
    • fiddle verbo (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)
    • shrink from verbo (shrinks from, shrank from, shrinking from)
    • shirk verbo
      • The derelict soldier shirked his duties1
    • goldbrick verbo

Conjugaciones de fiddle:

present
  1. fiddle
  2. fiddle
  3. fiddles
  4. fiddle
  5. fiddle
  6. fiddle
simple past
  1. fiddled
  2. fiddled
  3. fiddled
  4. fiddled
  5. fiddled
  6. fiddled
present perfect
  1. have fiddled
  2. have fiddled
  3. has fiddled
  4. have fiddled
  5. have fiddled
  6. have fiddled
past continuous
  1. was fiddling
  2. were fiddling
  3. was fiddling
  4. were fiddling
  5. were fiddling
  6. were fiddling
future
  1. shall fiddle
  2. will fiddle
  3. will fiddle
  4. shall fiddle
  5. will fiddle
  6. will fiddle
continuous present
  1. am fiddling
  2. are fiddling
  3. is fiddling
  4. are fiddling
  5. are fiddling
  6. are fiddling
subjunctive
  1. be fiddled
  2. be fiddled
  3. be fiddled
  4. be fiddled
  5. be fiddled
  6. be fiddled
diverse
  1. fiddle!
  2. let's fiddle!
  3. fiddled
  4. fiddling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

fiddle

  1. fiddle
  2. fiddle

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Definiciones relacionadas de "fiddle":

  1. bowed stringed instrument that is the highest member of the violin family; this instrument has four strings and a hollow body and an unfretted fingerboard and is played with a bow1
  2. try to fix or mend1
    • She always fiddles with her van on the weekend1
  3. play around with or alter or falsify, usually secretively or dishonestly1
    • The reporter fiddle with the facts1
  4. manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination1
    • Don't fiddle with the screws1
  5. play on a violin1
    • Zuckerman fiddled that song very nicely1
  6. play the violin or fiddle1
  7. commit fraud and steal from one's employer1
    • We found out that she had been fiddling for years1
  8. avoid (one's assigned duties)1

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