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Translation of "twiddle" - English-Spanish dictionary

twiddle

verb /ˈtwɪd·l/
to move something repeatedly between your fingers manosear, girar I twiddled the knobs, but no sound came out of the radio.16271078
twiddle your thumbs
to do nothing for a period of time, usually while you are waiting for something to happen no hacer nada I arrived early for the meeting so I was twiddling my thumbs for half an hour.
(Definition of twiddle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

twiddle

verb /ˈtwidl/
to twist (something) round and round (hacer) girar He twiddled the knob on the radio.
(Definition of twiddle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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