- adj. 琐碎的；无聊的
- n. 无聊事；懒人
- int. 无聊！
- vi. 瞎搞
- 1570s, "trifles" (n.); 1630s "busy oneself with trifles; talk nonsense" (v.), apparently a reduplication of obsolete faddle "to trifle," or of fiddle in its contemptuous sense.
- 1. Police investigating a £10 million car insurance fiddle arrested 16 people yesterday.
- 2. Two of them got out to fiddle around with the engine.
- 3. She hated the thought of playing second fiddle to Rose.
- 4. Hardy as a young man played the fiddle at local dances.
- 5. He brought out the fiddle, its varnish cracked and blistered.
[ fiddle-faddle 造句 ]