Spanish translation of 'fidget'
- (= person)
persona f inquieta,
azogado (azogada) m f
⇒ to have the fidgets
no parar quieto,
ser un azogue
- (also fidget about) (also fidget around)
no parar de moverse
⇒ to fidget with sth
juguetear con algo
⇒ don't fidget!,
⇒ stop fidgeting!
Example Sentences Including 'fidget'
`And I can rely on a house not to blink or fidget through a long exposure.The Hardie Inheritance
Kolchinsky pretended to fidget nervously with the handle of his attaché case.Alastair McLean's 'Night Watch'
But his left leg had begun to fidget up and down, up and down, and this made Johnny nervous.A Means to Evil
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Translation of fidget from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary