fiddly

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fiddly

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

fiddly

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

[ˈfɪdəli] adj [task] → minutieux/euse
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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
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fiddly

[ˈfɪdlɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (task) → da certosino; (object) → complesso/a
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