fiddle (someone) out of (something)

fiddle (someone) out of (something)

To steal something from someone through a cheat, swindle, or con. Primarily heard in UK. That dirty lawyer managed to fiddle my family out of thousands of dollars of inheritance money.
See also: fiddle, of, out
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