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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 ?
Th' inflammation didn't come on all at once like, but bit by bit--but I wasn't going to tell you about my eyes, I was talking about my trouble o' mind;--and to tell the truth, Miss Grey, I don't think it was anyways eased by coming to church--nought to speak on, at least: I like got my health better; but that didn't mend my soul.
He was quite a stranger, you know, Miss Grey, and even YOUNGER nor Maister Hatfield, I believe; and I had thought him not so pleasant-looking as him, and rather a bit crossish, at first, to look at; but he spake so civil like--and when th' cat, poor thing, jumped on to his knee, he only stroked her, and gave a bit of a smile: so I thought that was a good sign; for once, when she did so to th' Rector, he knocked her off, like as it might be in scorn and anger, poor thing.
So Phebe sat demurely in her place while her new teacher laid forth books and slates, a pretty inkstand and a little globe; hastily tore a bit off her big sponge, sharpened pencils with more energy than skill, and when all was ready gave a prance of satisfaction that set the pupil laughing.
But I'm going at it now, and as soon as she gets on a bit, she shall go to school as long as she likes.
and a wolly-wou, pully-wou," and then wid that he shoved up his two shoulders till the divil the bit of his hid was to be diskivered, and then he let down the two corners of his purraty-trap, and thin not a haporth more of the satisfaction could I git out o' the spalpeen.
You percave I had a reason of my own for knowing that she couldn't git down the stares althegither and intirely; for I knew very well that I had hould of her hand, for the divil the bit had I iver lit it go.
Crackenthorp saying good words, and more partic'lar on Sacramen' Day; and if a bit o' trouble comes, I feel as I can put up wi' it, for I've looked for help i' the right quarter, and gev myself up to Them as we must all give ourselves up to at the last; and if we'n done our part, it isn't to be believed as Them as are above us 'ull be worse nor we are, and come short o' Their'n.
But now, little Aaron, having become used to the weaver's awful presence, had advanced to his mother's side, and Silas, seeming to notice him for the first time, tried to return Dolly's signs of good-will by offering the lad a bit of lard-cake.
So it would seem; and the curse of it is that I must lie here, conscious, mentally unimpaired, knowing that the lines are going down, breaking bit by bit communication with the world.
I am still a bit of the ferment, you see," he wrote a little later.
Tha'rt not half so ugly when it's that way an' there's a bit o' red in tha' cheeks.
Once when a lady did that I screamed out loud and bit her hand.
And now," he said, rising again, "I must see to your having a bit of the loaf, and some of that wine Mr.
He only said, "Take a bit, then, and another sup, Adam, for the love of me.
He's a bit too near the borders of civilisation to be a decent savage.