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The meaning of Fidgety

ˈfɪdʒ.ɪ.ti

Fidgety – definition

adjective

Inclined to fidget; restless or uneasy.

Usage examples:

I get nervous and fidgety at the dentist
adjective

Making continuous, small movements that annoy other people

Usage examples:

A fidgety child/audience, she seemed restless and fidgety.

Fidgety translation into English

Fidgety: translate from English into Chinese

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烦躁, 伀, 手忙脚乱的, 淘气的

Fidgety: translate from English into Dutch

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Zenuwachtig, Ongedurig

Fidgety: translate from English into French

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Agité, Nerveux, Remuant, Inquiétant, Difficile à satisfaire

Fidgety: translate from English into German

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Zappelig, Unruhig, Kribbelig, Wuselig, Fickerig, Zipfelig, Quecksilberig

Fidgety: translate from English into Hindi

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बेचैन, चंचल, अधीर, बेकल, व्याकुल

Fidgety: translate from English into Italian

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Irrequieto

Fidgety: translate from English into Korean

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안절부절 못하는

Fidgety: translate from English into Russian

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Суетливый, Вертлявый, Беспокойный, Неугомонный, Ерзающий

Fidgety: translate from English into Spanish

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Nervioso, Azogado, Desasosegado

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