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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfiddlingfid‧dling /ˈfɪdlɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun]  UNIMPORTANTunimportant and annoying fiddling little jobs around the house
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fiddlingThe crook was given a reference but ran out of luck when his new bosses caught him fiddling £60 million.Some moments are too fleeting for clumsy fiddling.Tax authorities have to try to stop such fiddling.Lesser sins include getting drunk, fiddling company expenses, eating too much - and bad driving.Just over an hour of marvellously invigorating fiddling from some of the best traditional musicians in Ireland.a fiddling little jobIf he started fiddling with it the way he fiddled with everything it could go off in his own face.People are unlikely to pay much more attention to his decisions just because there has been some fiddling with the constitution.
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