Fiddle

Fiddle is slang for to cheat.
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Fiddle

Fiddle is slang for to cheat.
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fiddle

[v] - play the violin or fiddle
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Fiddle

Fid'dle (fĭd'd'l) noun [ Middle English fidele , fithele , Anglo-Saxon fiðele ; akin to Dutch vedel , Old High German fidula , German fiedel , Icelandic fiðla , and perhaps to English viol . Confer Viol .] 1. (Mus.)
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Fiddle

Fid'dle intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Fiddled ; present participle & verbal noun Fiddling .] 1. To play on a fiddle. « Themistocles . . . said he could not fiddle , but he could make a small town a
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Fiddle

Fid'dle transitive verb To play (a tune) on a fiddle.
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fiddle

1. A stringed instrument of music played with a bow; a violin; a kit. ... 2. <botany> A kind of dock (Rumex pulcher) with fiddle-shaped leaves; called also fiddle dock. ... 3. A rack or frame of bars connected by strings, to keep table furniture in place on the cabin table in bad weather. ... <zoology> Fiddle beetle, the angel fish. Fid
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fiddle

shirk 1 shrink from verb avoid (one`s assigned duties); `The derelict soldier shirked his duties`
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fiddle

verb play the violin or fiddle
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fiddle

verb commit fraud and steal from one`s employer; `We found out that she had been fiddling for years`
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Fiddle

• (n.) A rack or frame of bars connected by strings, to keep table furniture in place on the cabin table in bad weather. • (v. i.) To keep the hands and fingers actively moving as a fiddler does; to move the hands and fingers restlessy or in busy idleness; to trifle. • (v. t.) To play (a tune) on a fiddle. • (n.) A kind of dock
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fiddle

medieval European bowed, stringed musical instrument. The medieval fiddle, a forerunner of the violin, emerged in 10th-century Europe, possibly ... [7 related articles]
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Fiddle

[film] == Story == Fiddle is about a group of youngsters who are also students of the Music College, form an organization called Satkala Sangham under the leadership of Sandeep (Varun J, Thilak). They move from village to village doing programmes and help the needy and the poor with the money that they earn. On one such journey they happen
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Fiddle

Fiddle is another name for a violin.
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Fiddle

English name for the Violin, originated from the Latin Vitula. The French words Vielle and later Viol are also from the same Latin root.
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fiddle

A rail on the edge of horizontal surfaces to prevent objects from sliding off when the boat heels.
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Fiddle

Fiddle is another name for the bowed string musical instrument more often called a violin. It is also a colloquial term for the instrument used by players in all genres, including classical music. Fiddle playing, or fiddling, which could refers to various styles of music. There are no real distinctions between violins and fiddles, though more prim
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fiddle

a slang term for a violin in bluegrass, country music, and folk music.
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FIDDLE

A frame or railing on a boat's table to keep dishes, etc. from falling off in rough weather. Fiddles are frequently left open at the corners for drainage.
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Fiddle

Colloquial term for violin
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