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English definition of “fiddle”
/ˈfɪdl/ verb informal
› [T] to change figures dishonestly, often in order to get more money: fiddle your overtime/expenses The report criticised officers who fiddled their overtime and tax inspectors who received tax-free bonuses.
› [I] to change something very slightly: fiddle with sth If you fiddle with the figures in the investment column, you should be able to get your budget to balance.
fiddle the books › to dishonestly change a company's accounts or financial records: fiddled the books