diddled

did·dle || 'dɪdl v. cheat, swindle; play with, fool with; dawdle

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • diddle — diddle1 diddler, n. /did l/, v.t., diddled, diddling. Informal. to cheat; swindle; hoax. [1800 10; perh. special use of DIDDLE2] diddle2 diddler, n. /did l/, v., diddled, diddling …   Universalium

  • diddle — [[t]dɪ̱d(ə)l[/t]] diddles, diddling, diddled 1) VERB If someone diddles you, they take money from you dishonestly or unfairly. [mainly BRIT, INFORMAL] [V n] They diddled their insurance company by making a false claim. Syn: con 2) VERB: oft V adv …   English dictionary

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