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fiddle

noun /ˈfidl/
a violin
violín
She played the fiddle.
a dishonest business arrangement
estafa, trampa
a tax fiddle.
fiddler noun
violinista
fiddler crab noun a small crab, the male of which has an enlarged claw.
cangrejo, jaiba
on the fiddle (informal) dishonest
hacer trampas
He’s always on the fiddle.
Translations of “fiddle”
in French violon, combine…
in German die Geige, die Unterschlagung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樂器, 小提琴…
in Russian скрипка, мошенничество…
in Turkish keman, oyun, düzen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乐器, 小提琴…
in Polish skrzypce, skrzypki, przekręt…
(Definition of fiddle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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