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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 classic literature ?
An' then he took that Bible, an' read bits here and there, an' explained 'em as clear as the day: and it seemed like as a new light broke in on my soul; an' I felt fair aglow about my heart, an' only wished poor Bill an' all the world could ha' been there, an' heard it all, and rejoiced wi' me.
an' I take a pleasure, now, in doing little bits o' jobs for my neighbours--such as a poor old body
"She give my head a bit of a rub an' laughed an' she says,
Craven can't bear to see him when he's awake an' it's because his eyes is so like his mother's an' yet looks so different in his miserable bit of a face."
The entertainment was to conclude with "Bits of Shakespeare," as Sylvie expressed it, which were all to be done by Bruno, Sylvie being fully engaged in making the Frogs keep their heads towards the stage: after which Bruno was to appear in his real character, and tell them a Story of his own invention.
Yet it appeared that King Lear, after deep meditation, could think of no other argument by which to prove his kingship: and, as this was the last of the 'Bits' of Shakespeare ("We never do more than three," Sylvie explained in a whisper), Bruno gave the audience quite a long series of somersaults before he finally retired, leaving the enraptured Frogs all crying out "More!
What signifies your sisters' bits o' money when they've got half-a-dozen nevvies and nieces to divide it among?
"Drillers want to know, which bit to use, how fast will it cut, and how long will it last?" said Chris Lambert, senior product manager.
Therefore, it's not surprising that animal bites are indeed common.
Small businesses favor bit coins because there are particularly no credit card fees.
Now, if the Rx knows that the previous bit was a 0, and so knows the voltage will be low, it can artificially boost the voltage internally--or equivalently lower the Vref threshold
The influences of the main bit performance and machining process parameters on the overall wear rate of the bit have been analyzed.
Nicola Partington Jones said: "I got bit by one, got septicaemia, my lower leg turned black and I was in hospital for two weeks!
There are a number of things that may contribute to the propensity of a dog to bite down hard when he bites:
Bit Brokers offers PDC bits in a variety of sizes and number of blades.