piddle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To use triflingly; squander: piddle away your time.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to blow time aimlessly; diddle.
    • Informal To urinate.
    • To deal in trifles; to concern a person's self with trivial issues as opposed to with those that are important.
    • is squeamishly good about a person's meals.
    • To urinate; -- young child's term.
  • noun:
    • An act of urination.
    • To spend your time; usually used as a euphemism for piss and followed closely by away.
    • fluid excretory product
  • verb:
    • To urinate.
    • spend your time; spend an individual's time idly or inefficiently
    • eliminate urine
  • others:
    • To deal in trifles; spending some time in a trifling method or about trifling or unimportant issues; deal with insignificant problems, or even to the tiny components instead of to the primary; trifle.
    • To pick at dining table; consume squeamishly or without desire for food.
    • In order to make water; urinate: a childish word.

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