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Definition of fiddy

fiddy

  • Slang for fifty.
    The sandwich cost two-fiddy.
    In Cornwall it means, to do something properly. To do it fiddy.

    Last edited on Apr 18 2015. Submitted by James from Canada on Sep 29 2002.

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Definitions include: of an activity, an insurmountable obstacle.
Definitions include: to become annoying due to repetition; "get old".
Definitions include: Descriptive word used to describe something that is not very good. To be used in the same vein as 'crap'.
Definitions include: to perform oral sex on someone.
Definitions include: to affect or bother someone.
Definitions include: For real, Yes.
Definitions include: of two or more people, to be friendly with each other.
Definitions include: a person who is both a cunt and a weasel.
Definitions include: full of angst.
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