diddly-squat
noun Etymology: probably alteration of doodly-squat Date: 1963 slang the least amount ; anything at all <
didn't know diddly-squat about sports — Sam Toperoff
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  • diddly squat — ☆ diddly squat n. Slang DIDDLY (n. ) diddly squat adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • diddly squat — ☆ diddly squat n. Slang DIDDLY (n. ) diddly squat adj …   English World dictionary

  • diddly-squat — diddly UK [ˈdɪdlɪ] / US or diddly squat UK / US noun [uncountable] American informal nothing …   English dictionary

  • diddly squat — /dɪdli ˈskwɒt/ (say didlee skwot) noun Chiefly US Colloquial absolutely nothing: to mean diddly squat; to do diddly squat. Also, diddly squat, diddlysquat, squat …   Australian English dictionary

  • diddly-squat — American, informal nothing at all. What does he know about the South? Diddly squat! The lyrics in his songs aren t worth diddly squat it s the melodies that make you feel good …   New idioms dictionary

  • diddly-squat — AND (doodly )squat[“didliskwat AND “dudliskwat] n. nothing. (Folksy. Originally black or southern.) □ This contract isn’t worth diddly squat. □ I get paid almost doodly squat for a full day’s work …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • diddly\ squat — Don t mean nothin . Actually, it does mean nothing. I din t get diddly squat from that class …   Dictionary of american slang

  • diddly\ squat — Don t mean nothin . Actually, it does mean nothing. I din t get diddly squat from that class …   Dictionary of american slang

  • diddly-squat — nothing, not a penny, dick    For all that work, he gave me diddly squat not even thanks …   English idioms

  • diddly-squat — Noun. Nothing, zero. E.g. I ve earnt diddly squat this month. Orig. U.S …   English slang and colloquialisms

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