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Noun
A small piece, part, or quantity of something
“With a few bits of cardboard, a light and a bit of plastic, Pratt's little model echoes both the reality and the dream.”
Noun
A short time or distance
“And if so, we can say that it merely happened that the seed dropped where it did and not a bit further on.”
Noun
A performance regularly presented by an individual or group
“… known for a comedic bit in which she portrayed a very nervous student driver.”
Noun
Something that is pleasing to eat because it is rare or a luxury
“… wielding silver trays, the servers offered partygoers a variety of exotic-looking bits.”
Noun
Computer information
Verb
Simple past tense for corrode, eat away
“The acid bites around the particles, creating tooth, or a collection of little marks in the plate that hold ink.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to be objectionable or unsatisfactory
“… man, that really bites that you have to work on the weekend.”
Verb
Simple past tense for grip or tear with teeth
“Llamas won't bite or kick.”
Verb
Simple past tense for take a chance
Verb
Simple past tense for to smart or cause to smart
“The female mosquitoes become the bloodsuckers, and they use their long proboscis to bite other animals and feed on their blood.”
Verb
“The chewed-up area of the frame at this point will not provide a good surface for the new strike plate screws to bite into.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to take firm hold of or act effectively upon
“It's not clear that the war will bite deep enough to lead to petrol rationing, but this may be a factor in your thinking.”
Verb
Simple past tense for be persuaded to accept a deal or offer
“The fish stopped biting.”
Verb
Past participle for corrode, eat away
“The acid bites around the particles, creating tooth, or a collection of little marks in the plate that hold ink.”
Verb
Past participle for grip or tear with teeth
“Llamas won't bite or kick.”
Verb
Past participle for take a chance
Verb
“The chewed-up area of the frame at this point will not provide a good surface for the new strike plate screws to bite into.”
Verb
Past participle for to take firm hold of or act effectively upon
“It's not clear that the war will bite deep enough to lead to petrol rationing, but this may be a factor in your thinking.”
Verb
Past participle for be persuaded to accept a deal or offer
“The fish stopped biting.”
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