fiddly

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fiddly

(ˈfɪdlɪ)
adj, -dlier or -dliest
small and awkward to do or handle
Translations
fummeligknifflig

fiddly

[ˈfɪdlɪ] ADJ (fiddlier (compar) (fiddliest (superl))) [job] → complicado, difícil; [object] → difícil de manejar

fiddly

[ˈfɪdəli] adj [task] → minutieux/euse

fiddly

adj (+er) (Brit) (= intricate) job, taskknifflig (inf); (= awkward to use) object, controls etcumständlich; it is fiddly to usees ist (in der Benutzung) zu umständlich; little fiddly bitsumständliche Kleinteile pl

fiddly

[ˈfɪdlɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (task) → da certosino; (object) → complesso/a
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The fiddliest to prepare as we had to drizzle oil over the chicken then add the sauce.
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Washable, water-resistant and designed to be particularly supple to help with even the fiddliest of jobs, they are made of soft leather and cotton to give years of use looking after your hands when planting, pruning or just doing odd jobs around the garden.
Washable, water resistant and designed to be particularly supple to help with even the fiddliest of jobs.
And it ended up being one of the fiddliest jobs ever because I wanted the tiles in an off-set pattern rather than laid square.