Definition of 'fidget'

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Synonyms of "fidget"
French Translation of "fidget"
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Example sentences containing 'fidget'

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`And I can rely on a house not to blink or fidget through a long exposure. Melville, Anne THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (1991)Kolchinsky pretended to fidget nervously with the handle of his attaché case. MacNeill, Alistair ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH' (1991)But his left leg had begun to fidget up and down, up and down, and this made Johnny nervous. Trenhalle, John A MEANS TO EVIL (1991)He looked at her for a long time, until she felt it was necessary to fidget. S.M. Stirling T2©: RISING STORM (1991)

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Translations for 'fidget'

British English: fidget VERB
If you fidget with something, you keep moving it or touching it with your fingers with small movements, for example because you are nervous or bored.
He fidgeted with his tie.
  • American English: fidget
  • Brazilian Portuguese: estar irrequieto
  • Chinese: 动来动去
  • European Spanish: juguetear
  • French: se trémousser
  • German: fummeln an
  • Italian: giocherellare
  • Japanese: もじもじする
  • Korean: 안절부절못하다
  • European Portuguese: estar irrequieto
  • Latin American Spanish: juguetear


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