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Detailed Translations for fiddler from English to Dutch


fiddler [the ~] noun

  1. the fiddler
    de sjoemelaar
  2. the fiddler
    de speelman

Translation Matrix for fiddler:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
sjoemelaar fiddler
speelman fiddler
- tinkerer; twiddler; violinist
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- folk musician

Related Words for "fiddler":

Synonyms for "fiddler":

Related Definitions for "fiddler":

  1. an unskilled person who tries to fix or mend1
  2. someone who manipulates in a nervous or unconscious manner1
  3. a musician who plays the violin1

Wiktionary Translations for fiddler:

  1. one who plays the fiddle

fiddler form of fiddle:

fiddle [the ~] noun

  1. the fiddle (violin)
    het viooltje; de viool

to fiddle verb (fiddles, fiddled, fiddling)

  1. to fiddle (do needlework)
    • handwerken verb (handwerk, handwerkt, handwerkte, handwerkten, gehandwerkt)
  2. to fiddle (fidget; twiddle; niggle)
    frunniken; friemelen; foezelen
    • frunniken verb (frunnik, frunnikt, frunnikte, frunnikten, gefrunnikt)
    • friemelen verb (friemel, friemelt, friemelde, friemelden, gefriemeld)
    • foezelen verb (foezel, foezelt, foezelde, foezelden, gefoezeld)
  3. to fiddle (deceive)
    • sjoemelen verb (sjoemel, sjoemelt, sjoemelde, sjoemelden, gesjoemeld)
  4. to fiddle (muddle; muck; monkey; fumble; mess about)
    • modderen verb (modder, moddert, modderde, modderden, gemodderd)

Conjugations for fiddle:

  1. fiddle
  2. fiddle
  3. fiddles
  4. fiddle
  5. fiddle
  6. fiddle
simple past
  1. fiddled
  2. fiddled
  3. fiddled
  4. fiddled
  5. fiddled
  6. fiddled
present perfect
  1. have fiddled
  2. have fiddled
  3. has fiddled
  4. have fiddled
  5. have fiddled
  6. have fiddled
past continuous
  1. was fiddling
  2. were fiddling
  3. was fiddling
  4. were fiddling
  5. were fiddling
  6. were fiddling
  1. shall fiddle
  2. will fiddle
  3. will fiddle
  4. shall fiddle
  5. will fiddle
  6. will fiddle
continuous present
  1. am fiddling
  2. are fiddling
  3. is fiddling
  4. are fiddling
  5. are fiddling
  6. are fiddling
  1. be fiddled
  2. be fiddled
  3. be fiddled
  4. be fiddled
  5. be fiddled
  6. be fiddled
  1. fiddle!
  2. let's fiddle!
  3. fiddled
  4. fiddling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for fiddle:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
viool fiddle; violin
viooltje fiddle; violin
- violin
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
foezelen fiddle; fidget; niggle; twiddle
friemelen fiddle; fidget; niggle; twiddle
frunniken fiddle; fidget; niggle; twiddle
handwerken do needlework; fiddle
modderen fiddle; fumble; mess about; monkey; muck; muddle
sjoemelen deceive; fiddle
- diddle; goldbrick; monkey; play; shirk; shrink from; tamper; tinker; toy
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- tamper

Related Words for "fiddle":

Synonyms for "fiddle":

Related Definitions for "fiddle":

  1. bowed stringed instrument that is the highest member of the violin family; this instrument has four strings and a hollow body and an unfretted fingerboard and is played with a bow1
  2. try to fix or mend1
    • She always fiddles with her van on the weekend1
  3. play around with or alter or falsify, usually secretively or dishonestly1
    • The reporter fiddle with the facts1
  4. manipulate manually or in one's mind or imagination1
    • Don't fiddle with the screws1
  5. play on a violin1
    • Zuckerman fiddled that song very nicely1
  6. play the violin or fiddle1
  7. commit fraud and steal from one's employer1
    • We found out that she had been fiddling for years1
  8. avoid (one's assigned duties)1

Wiktionary Translations for fiddle:

  1. to play traditional tunes on a violin in a non-classical style
  1. instrument

Cross Translation:
fiddle viool Geige — Violine, aus der Viola da braccio hervorgegangenes Streichinstrument mit flachem Korpus und 4 Saiten, welche in G-D-A-E gestimmt sind
fiddle viool violon — Instrument de musique