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fiddleverb

uk   us   /ˈfɪd.l̩/

fiddle verb (CHEAT)

[T] UK informal to ​actdishonestly in ​order to get something for yourself, or to ​change something ​dishonestly, ​especially to ​youradvantage: She ​managed to fiddle a ​freetrip to ​America. He had been fiddling the ​accounts/​books/​finances for ​years.

fiddle verb (MOVE ABOUT)

[I] to ​move things about or ​touch things with no ​particularpurpose: Put ​yourpapers down and ​stop fiddling with them!

fiddle verb (INSTRUMENT)

[I] informal to ​play the violin

fiddlenoun

uk   us   /ˈfɪd.l̩/

fiddle noun (INSTRUMENT)

[C] informal a violin : to ​play the fiddle

fiddle noun (DIFFICULTY)

[S] UK informal something ​difficult to do, ​especially because the things ​involved are ​small or need ​careful use of the ​fingers: I ​findthreading a ​needle aterrible fiddle. [+ to infinitive] It's areal fiddle toassemble because of all the ​smallparts.

fiddle noun (DISHONEST BEHAVIOUR)

[C or U] UK informal something ​dishonest that someone does in ​order to get ​money or other ​advantages: a ​tax fiddle Everyone ​suspected they were on the fiddle (= ​cheating).
(Definition of fiddle from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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fiddleverb [I always + adv/prep]

 us   /ˈfɪd·əl/

fiddle verb [I always + adv/prep] (MOVE THINGS)

to move things around or ​touch things without a ​particularpurpose: He ​stood there fiddling with his ​keys.
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fiddlenoun [C]

 us   /ˈfɪd·əl/

fiddle noun [C] (INSTRUMENT)

a violin
(Definition of fiddle from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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fiddleverb

uk   us   /ˈfɪdl/ informal
[T] to ​changefigures dishonestly, often in ​order to get more ​money: fiddle your overtime/expenses The ​report criticised ​officers who fiddled their ​overtime and ​taxinspectors who received ​tax-freebonuses.
[I] to ​change something very slightly: fiddle with sth If you fiddle with the ​figures in the ​investmentcolumn, you should be able to get your ​budget to ​balance.
fiddle the books to dishonestly ​change a company's ​accounts or ​financialrecords: fiddled the ​books

fiddlenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈfɪdl/ informal
something dishonest that is done in ​order to get ​money: tax/expenses/insurance fiddle A ​year later, he ​changed the ​rule, on the ​grounds that it was being used as a ​tax fiddle.
on the fiddle involved in dishonest ​behaviour, usually to get ​money: One in two holidaymakers ​claiming for ​lostluggage could be on the fiddle, ​claims a ​leadingtravelinsurancefirm.
play second fiddle to sb/sth to be seen as less important than another ​person or thing: There were ​times when ​security seemed to ​play second fiddle to how the ​securitycompany wanted to ​present itself to the ​world.
(Definition of fiddle from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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