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EtymologyEdit

re- +‎ fiddle with

VerbEdit

refiddle with (third-person singular simple present refiddles with, present participle refiddling with, simple past and past participle refiddled with)

  1. To fiddle with again.
    • 1993, Tom Swan, Tom Swan's code secrets, →ISBN, page 5:
      Standard I/O functions are not programmable — unless, that is, you have the original source code and you don't mind fiddling with files that are likely to be updated regularly, requiring you to refiddle with the updates again and again.
    • 2003, E. Philip Trapp, The Red-ribboned Letters, →ISBN, page 248:
      Makes me tempted to reopen your files and refiddle with the promotion material.