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fidget

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈfɪdʒɪt/
to keep making small movements with your hands or feet because you are nervous or bored
kıpır kıpır kıpırdanmak, yerinde duramamak, endişeyle orasını burasını oynatmak/eline koluna hakim olamamak
She fidgeted all the way through the job interview.Anxious and worriedMaking short, sudden movements
fidgety adjective
yerinde duramayan
Translations of “fidget”
in Arabic يَتَملْمَل…
in Korean 꼼지락거리다…
in Malaysian bergerak-gerak…
in French bouger (sans cesse)…
in Italian dimenarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 坐立不安…
in Russian ерзать…
in Polish wiercić się…
in Vietnamese cựa quật nhiều, nhúc nhích luôn…
in Spanish juguetear con algo, moverse sin cesar…
in Portuguese remexer-se, não parar quieto…
in Thai กระวนกระวาย…
in German herumzappeln…
in Catalan moure’s nerviosament…
in Japanese (人)がもじもじする…
in Indonesian terus bergerak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坐立不安…
(Definition of fidget from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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