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Synonyms for bit

piece

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part

little while

do your bit

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take the bit in or between your teeth

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  • get to grips with something
  • get stuck in
  • tackle something
  • get down to something
  • set about something
  • make a start on something

Synonyms for bit

a small portion of food

a usually brief detail of news or information

a rather short period

a particular kind of activity

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an instrument or means of restraining

Synonyms for bit

a small piece or quantity of something

a small fragment of something broken off from the whole

an instance of some kind

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piece of metal held in horse's mouth by reins and used to control the horse while riding

a unit of measurement of information (from binary + digit)

a small amount of solid food

a small fragment

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a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program

the part of a key that enters a lock and lifts the tumblers

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References in periodicals archive ?
But the interior was dark and dingy, with velour door panels and seat coverings picking up every bit of fluff and dirt going.
Noisiness aside, ``Clockstoppers'' is a harmless and generally entertaining bit of fluff.
Or that a bit of fluff on the disc (or on the player's laser eye) can ruin it.
At first, Posh-lookalike Chanelle Hayes seemed a laughable lightweight bit of fluff.
If husband were to have the audacity to share that experience with a new bit of fluff I wouldn't be responsible for the actions of a flying haddock if I bumped into both of them in the fish aisle.
They seem to think they can demonstrate scientifically that a bit of fluff in the corner has something to do with inadequate cleaning; it hasn't.
Gone are the days of Yaz being seen as Simon's bit of fluff, now she wears it instead.
The story of a dowdy FBI agent who goes undercover as a contestant in a beauty pageant is a bit of fluff but an enjoyable one.
The real reason for her bean spilling on the great romance - well, she realised that in the end of the day she was just a bit of fluff that Haughey was going to deny, even from beyond the grave.
I ummed and ahhed for ages, before settling on a 'dust system' - which was a stick with a bit of fluff on the end that cost pounds 2.
That unattractive bit of fluff with no useful purpose ain't giving us no satisfaction.
As far as they are concerned it would be a bit of fluff they have found on the floor and they would just toss her in the air.
The 1927 musical ``Strike Up the Band'' is a delightful bit of fluff that has survived all these years because of its classic George and Ira Gershwin songs and the witty barbs of George S.
The 41-year-old, from Hackney, East London, said: "I'm actually interested in what a bit of fluff and a bit of twig put in a particular order can mean.