also diddlysquat noun not know/mean diddly AmE informal to know or mean nothing at all: Brad? He doesn't know diddly about baseball.

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

  • diddly — ☆ diddly [did′lē ] n. Slang anything at all or of any consequence [doesn t know diddly about computers] adj. Slang worthless, mediocre, etc.: Also sp. diddley …   English World dictionary

  • diddly — 1. noun a small amount of no worth 2. interjection A written representation of a trill sound. On the handcar mornings or evenings he would amuse his companion by pumping away to a triple tongued pattern, which he would hum emphatically as they… …   Wiktionary

  • diddly — did|dly [ˈdıdli] n also did|dly|squat [ˌdıdliˈskwɔt US ˈdıdliskwa:t] AmE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Probably from doodlysquat nothing (1900 2000)] not know/mean diddly to know or mean nothing at all ▪ Brad? He doesn t know diddly about… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • diddly — did|dly [ dıdli ] or ,diddly squat noun uncount AMERICAN INFORMAL nothing: He doesn t know diddly about stocks and shares …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • diddly — noun a small worthless amount you don t know jack • Syn: ↑jack, ↑doodly squat, ↑diddly squat, ↑diddlysquat, ↑diddly shit, ↑diddlyshit, ↑diddley, ↑squat, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • diddly — noun Date: 1964 slang diddly squat …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • diddly — /did lee/, n., pl. diddlies for 2. Slang. 1. a thing of little or no value; naught: Your excuses aren t worth diddly to me. 2. a flaw; malfunction. [perh. euphemistic shortening of DIDDLYSHIT] * * * …   Universalium

  • diddly — Nothing. It don t mean diddly to me …   Dictionary of american slang

  • diddly — Nothing. It don t mean diddly to me …   Dictionary of american slang