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English - Turkish
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Dans edenler kemancıya ödemek zorundadır. - They that dance must pay the fiddler.

fiddler crab toprağı eşmek için kullandıgı iri kıskacını keman tutar gibi tutan bir çeşit yengeç
(Muzik) keman çalıcısı
fiddler crab
kemancı yengeci
pay the fiddler
ödemeyi yapmak
Turkish - Turkish
Keman çalıcısı
English - English
{n} one who plays upon a fiddle, a trifler
The common European sandpiper (Tringoides hypoleucus); so called because it continually oscillates its body
someone who manipulates in a nervous or unconscious manner
A fiddler is someone who plays the violin, especially one who plays folk music. = violinist
a musician who plays the violin
One who plays on a fiddle or violin
The male has one claw very much enlarged, and often holds it in a position similar to that in which a musician holds a fiddle, hence the name; called also calling crab, soldier crab, and fighting crab
{i} one who plays a fiddle; dawdler, one who wastes time
A burrowing crab of the genus Gelasimus, of many species
One who plays the fiddle
an unskilled person who tries to fix or mend
fiddler crab
a genus of crab in which the male has one hugely enlarged claw (genus Uca)
fiddler crabs
plural form of fiddler crab
Fiddler on the Roof
{i} name of a story and a play about Jewish life under the Russian czars
fiddler crab
Any of various burrowing crabs of the genus Uca of coastal areas, the male of which has a greatly enlarged anterior claw. Any of about 65 species of decapods (genus Uca) whose males hold one claw, always much larger than the other, somewhat like a violin. Both claws of the female are relatively small. Fiddler crabs often live in large numbers on beaches in temperate to tropical regions of the world. They inhabit water-covered burrows up to about 1 ft (30 cm) deep and feed on algae and other organic matter. Common North American species (e.g., marsh fiddler, china-back fiddler) live all along the U.S. Atlantic coast. Brightly coloured, they range in body size from about 1 to 1.2 in. (2.5 to 3 cm)
fiddler crab
burrowing crab of American coastal regions having one claw much enlarged in the male
kiddie fiddler
Alternative spelling of kiddy fiddler
kiddy fiddler
A child molester

According to Gus, the main enemies of hackers are not the media (stupid, harmless), the government or the police (who are more interested in kiddy fiddlers). — John Leyden, The hacker's worst enemy? Another hacker, The Register, August 2002.

kiddy fiddler
A paedophile, regardless of whether they actually engage in child molestation
pay the fiddler
To contribute in order to participate

If you want to dance, you’ve got to pay the fiddler.

pay the fiddler
To face the consequences of one’s actions

The three-day party had been a lot of fun, but now it was time to pay the fiddler.

a fiddler
{n} crowder
drunk as a fiddler
totally drunk
plural of fiddler