fiddle (around) with sth Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of "fiddle (around) with sth" - English Dictionary

fiddle (around) with sth

disapproving (UK also fiddle (about) with sth)
phrasal verb with fiddle uk   us   /ˈfɪd.l̩/ verb
to make small changes to something to try to make it work: Stop fiddling about with your hair - it looks fine. Someone's been fiddling around with my computer! to touch or move things with your fingers because you are nervous or bored: He was just fiddling around with the things on his desk.
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