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    meaning of a phrase

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    i am new to this forum and a beginner in english conversation. i would like to know about the meaning of a commonly used phrase, "fit as a fiddle": please give me a reply...

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    Re: meaning of a phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by arathivkn View Post
    hai

    i am new to this forum and a beginner in english conversation. i would like to know about the meaning of a commonly used phrase, "fit as a fiddle": please give me a reply...
    Welcome to the forums.
    "Fit as a fiddle" means very fit (healthy). I believe it's from "Fit as a fiddler's elbow". A fiddler (violinist) is assumed to have a very fit elbow because of the amount of exercise it gets while s/he is playing.

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