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

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

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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