diddle

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} kıpır kıpır olmak
aldatmak
yutturmak
dolandırmak
kandırarak al
{f} yerinde duramamak
{f} kandırmak
{f} vakit öldürmek
Englisch - Englisch
to have sex with
In percussion, two consecutive notes played by the same hand (either RR or LL), similar to the drag, except that by convention diddles are played the same speed as the context in which they are placed
to masturbate (especially of women)
to waste time
The penis
to cheat; to swindle
{f} cheat, swindle; play with, fool with; dawdle
To cheat or overreach
If someone diddles, they waste time and do not achieve anything. if Congress were to just diddle around and not take any action at all. to get money from someone by deceiving them diddle sb out of sth (Perhaps from Diddler, name of a character in a 19th-century English play)
deprive of by deceit; "He swindled me out of my inheritance"; "She defrauded the customers who trusted her"; "the cashier gypped me when he gave me too little change"
If someone diddles you, they take money from you dishonestly or unfairly. They diddled their insurance company by making a false claim. = con
manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination; "She played nervously with her wedding ring"; "Don't fiddle with the screws"; "He played with the idea of running for the Senate"
To totter, as a child in walking
diddle-daddle
To dilly-dally
gee haw whimmy diddle
A wooden toy consisting of a notched stick with a smaller stick attached on the end. Rubbing the notched stick with another stick causes the smaller stick to spin; with practice the spin can be made to change from rightward (gee) to leftward (haw) and vice versa

Thousands of wooden versions are sold each year, and a Gee Haw Whimmy Diddle Competition is held every summer at Asheville's Folk Art Center.

paradiddle-diddle
A percussive exercise (one of many rudiments) which involves playing six even strokes in the order ‘right left right right left left ’ or ‘left right left left right right’
diddled
past tense and past participle of diddle
diddler
A cheat
diddler
A person who diddles; a cheat
diddles
Third person singular simple present of to diddle
diddling
present participle of diddle
diddle

    Silbentrennung

    did·dle

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ 'di-d&l ] (verb.) 1786. From dialectal duddle, "to trick" (16th century), "to totter" (17th century); perhaps influenced by the name (which itself was probably chosen as an allusion to duddle) of the swindling character Jeremy Diddler in Kenney's Raising the Wind (1803). Meaning "to have sex with" is from the 19th century, "to masturbate" is 1950's.

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