doodle

  • 1Doodle Do — is a British television programme designed for pre school children. It is currently aired on the CBeebies channel. The programme features three Doodle Doers puppets called Dib dab , Scribble and Stick who interact with a human presenter, Chris… …

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  • 2doodle — (v.) scrawl aimlessly, 1935, from dial. doodle, dudle fritter away time, trifle, or associated with DAWDLE (Cf. dawdle). It was a noun meaning simple fellow from 1620s. LONGFELLOW: That s a name we made up back home for people who make foolish… …

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  • 3doodle — doo dle, n. [Cf. {Dawdle}.] A trifler; a simple fellow. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4doodle — ► VERB ▪ scribble absent mindedly. ► NOUN ▪ a drawing made absent mindedly. DERIVATIVES doodler noun. ORIGIN from Low German dudeldopp simpleton …

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  • 5doodle — [do͞od′ l] vi. doodled, doodling [Ger dudeln, to play (the bagpipe), hence to trifle, dawdle (< Pol dudlić < dudy, a bagpipe < Turk duduk, a flute); reinforced by echoic TOOTLE & DAWDLE] 1. to move aimlessly or foolishly; dawdle ☆ 2. to… …

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  • 6Doodle — For other uses, see Doodle (disambiguation). Various doodles A doodle is an unfocused drawing made while a person s attention is otherwise occupied. Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may just be… …

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  • 7Doodle — Das Wort Doodle (vom Englischen doodle für „Gekritzel“ oder „kritzeln“) steht für: einen Dienst im Internet, siehe Doodle (Dienst) ein Computerspiel, siehe Doodle Jump thematisch veränderte Logos des Unternehmens Google, siehe Google#Google… …

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  • 8doodle — I UK [ˈduːd(ə)l] / US [ˈdud(ə)l] noun [countable] Word forms doodle : singular doodle plural doodles a pattern or picture that you draw when you are bored or are thinking about other things II UK [ˈduːd(ə)l] / US [ˈdud(ə)l] verb [intransitive]… …

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  • 9Doodle — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Le mot doodle en anglais signifie « gribouillage », un style de dessin. Les Google Doodles, des logos utilisés de manière temporaire par le… …

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  • 10doodle — I. verb (doodled; doodling) Etymology: perhaps from doodle to ridicule Date: 1935 intransitive verb 1. to make a doodle 2. dawdle, trifle transitive verb to produce by doodling • doodler …

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  • 11doodle — doodle1 doodler, n. /doohd l/, v., doodled, doodling, n. v.t., v.i. 1. to draw or scribble idly: He doodled during the whole lecture. 2. to waste (time) in aimless or foolish activity. 3. Dial. to deceive; cheat. n. 4. a design, figure, or …

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  • 12doodle — doo|dle [ˈdu:dl] v [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: Perhaps from doodle [i] to make fun of , from Low German dudeltopf stupid person ] to draw shapes, lines, or patterns without really thinking about what you are doing ▪ Brad was doodling on a sheet of… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13doodle — verb (I) to draw shapes, lines, or patterns without really thinking about what you are doing: I always doodle when I m on the phone. doodle noun (C) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 14doodle — 1. n. the penis. (Usually objectionable.) □ Put your doodle away, Jimmy, and flush the toilet. 2. n. feces, especially a baby’s feces. □ Billy’s got doodle in his diapers. 3. in. to defecate. (See also doo doo.) □ …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 15doodle — doo|dle1 [ dudl ] verb intransitive to draw patterns or pictures because you are bored or thinking about other things doodle doo|dle 2 [ dudl ] noun count a pattern or picture you draw when you are bored or thinking about other things …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 16doodle — [[t]du͟ːd(ə)l[/t]] doodles, doodling, doodled 1) N COUNT A doodle is a pattern or picture that you draw when you are bored or thinking about something else. 2) VERB When someone doodles, they draw doodles. He looked across at Jackson, doodling on …

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  • 17doodle — [ˈduːd(ə)l] verb [I] to draw patterns or pictures because you are bored or thinking about other things doodle noun [C] …

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  • 18doodle — doo•dle [[t]ˈdud l[/t]] v. dled, dling, n. 1) cv to draw or scribble idly 2) cv to engage in trifling activity 3) cv to play idly on a musical instrument 4) cv to produce by doodling 5) cv to pass (time) idly (often fol. by away) 6) a figure… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 19doodle — v. & n. v.intr. scribble or draw, esp. absent mindedly. n. a scrawl or drawing made. Phrases and idioms: doodle bug 1 US any of various insects, esp. the larva of an ant lion. 2 US an unscientific device for locating minerals. 3 colloq. a flying… …

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  • 20doodle — 1. noun /ˈduː.dəl/ a) A fool, a simpleton, a mindless person. b) A small mindless sketch, etc. 2. verb /ˈduː.dəl/ To draw or scribble (something) …

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