One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she twiddled the dials on the radio’
turn, twist, swivel, twirl, adjust, move, jiggle
fiddle with, play with, toy with, fidget with
‘we've been sitting here twiddling our thumbs all afternoon’
have nothing to do, kick one's heels, do nothing, be idle, be unoccupied, sit around, kill time, waste time
hang around, hang round
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