- past tense of - to bite ⇄ bit marathi
- अंश ⇄ bit marathi
- अग्र ⇄ bit marathi
- अणी ⇄ bit marathi
- किंचित ⇄ bit marathi
- खांडोळे ⇄ bit marathi
- चावणे ⇄ bit marathi
- चावला ⇄ bit marathi
- चावा घेतला ⇄ bit marathi
- चिमूट ⇄ bit marathi
- जरा ⇄ bit marathi
- जरासा ⇄ bit marathi
- थोडा ⇄ bit marathi
- थोडासा ⇄ bit marathi
- बिट ⇄ bit marathi
- माहितीचा भाग ⇄ bit marathi
- मुखबंध ⇄ bit marathi
- मूलांश ⇄ bit marathi
- लहान तुकडा ⇄ bit marathi
- लहान भाग ⇄ bit marathi
bit in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- કાબૂમાં રાખવું ⇄ bit gujarati
- જરાક ⇄ bit gujarati
- જરાક વાર કે અંતર ⇄ bit gujarati
- થોડુંક ⇄ bit gujarati
- નાનો ટુકડો – રકમ ⇄ bit gujarati
- બે સંભાવનાઓમાં પસંદગી વ્યક્ત કરતો માહિતીનો એકમ ⇄ bit gujarati
- મોઢામાં લગામ નાખવી ⇄ bit gujarati
- રોકવું ⇄ bit gujarati
- લગામનુ ં ચોકડું ⇄ bit gujarati
- હથિયારનુ ં કાપવાનું પાન ું ⇄ bit gujarati
bit in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ
bit in English
- bit ⇄ bit (1), noun.
1. a small piece.
Ex. bits of broken glass, a bit of string. A pebble is a bit of rock.
(SYN) fragment, morsel, portion, particle, speck.
2. a small amount.
Ex. a bit of work to do.
3. (Informal.) a shenglish
- bit ⇄ bit (2), verb.
the past tense and a past participle of bite.
Ex. The strong trap bit the leg of the fox.english
- bit ⇄ bit (3), noun, verb, bitted,bitting. english
- bit ⇄ bit (4), noun.
the basic unit of information in a digital computing system, expressed in binary notation so as to specify a choice between two possibilities, such as yes or no, off or on, etc.english
- bit ⇄ expr. a bit much, excessively inconvenient or inconsiderate.
Ex. That hand-pulled, open lift in a sort of black chimney at the back, where you go in connection with registered baggage, is a bit much for anyone straight from shiny, continental statienglish
- bit ⇄ expr. a bit of all right, (British Informal.) something or someone heartily approved.
Ex. This beef is a bit of all right, ma'am (H. G. Wells).english
- bit ⇄ expr. a bit of one's mind, a person's frank, and usually unfavorable, opinion.
Ex. He had given the house what was called a ""bit of his mind"" on the subject (London Times).english
- bit ⇄ expr. a bit,
a. a little; slightly.
Ex. I am a bit tired.
Ex. The boy who hung around so much became a bit of a nuisance to the workmen.english
- bit ⇄ expr. bit by bit, little by little.
Ex. ... this sort of bit-by-bit reform, going on for six hundred years (Edward Freeman).english
- bit ⇄ expr. bits and pieces, stray or small articles; odds and ends.
Ex. Our garage is filled with bits and pieces of lumber we've collected over the years.english
- bit ⇄ expr. champ at the bit,
a. to be restless or impatient, as from lack of activity or from suppression.
Ex. He ... was champing at the bit and acted like a caged lion, so eager was he to get back to work on a less restricted basis (Wall Streetenglish
- bit ⇄ expr. do one's bit, to do one's share.
Ex. Each person did his bit toward getting the meal on the table.english
- bit ⇄ expr. every bit, entirely; quite.
Ex. The university's social function is every bit as important as its intellectual one (Manchester Guardian Weekly).english
- bit ⇄ expr. not a bit of it, not at all; not likely.
Ex. But not a bit of it, for Oxford came back with a shattering try (London Times).english
- bit ⇄ expr. not a bit, not at all.
Ex. He is not a bit the worse for his ordeal.english
- bit ⇄ expr. take the bit in one's teeth,
a. to move ahead or act on one's own; refuse to accept guidance or control.
Ex. The way he had of taking the bit in his teeth offended his employer.
b. (of horses) to become unmanageable.
- bit ⇄ noun 1. a tool for boring or drilling that fits into a handle called a brace or into an electric drill.
2. the biting or cutting part of a tool.
3. the part of a bridle that goes in a horse's mouth. A bit acts as a control, together with thenglish
- bit ⇄ v.t. 1. to put a bit in the mouth of (a horse); accustom to the bit; bridle.
2. (Figurative.) to curb; restrain.
3. to make a bit on (a key).english