Prepositions after "tinker"
tinker with, around, on, in or about?
|In 81% of cases tinker with is used|
|A man tinkers with a small primus stove.|
|tinkering with the bill is not appropriate.|
|He is always outside, tinkering with something.|
|If you tinker with the will of the Divine to suit your own comforts, you reject God.|
|A lot of the other miscellaneous things that SI have tinkered with are welcome too.|
|UK networks will have to get the Jelly Bean ROM themselves and tinker with it in the time that follows.|
|Programming and tinkering with engineering stuff requires a certain cast of mind if it is to be done successfully.|
|David, a member of our projects team, loves tinkering with thing, so he set about putting together a little tech demo.|
|We could be tinkering with a lot of areas of the roster through the remainder of the offseason, camp and into the season.|
|When he runs into bowl, somewhere in the back of his mind, he is vaguely aware that his vertebrae have been tinkered with.|
|In 8% of cases tinker around is used|
|The only ideas they have are to tinker around the edges whilst we head for catastophe.|
|In 4% of cases tinker on is used|
|When he's not writing or tinkering on the latest gadget, he enjoys.|
|He's endlessly tinkering on speeches, he's sending email around the clock on topics we don't want to hear about.|
|In 1% of cases tinker like is used|
|During the day it was smoggy, but Jakarta is really pretty at night when the lights come on, as the city tinkers like fairylights.|
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