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bit [ bit] n.一点,一些,小片

bite [ bait] vt.咬,叮,螫;剌穿

bit by bit 一点一点地,渐渐

do one's bit 尽自己的一份力量

every bit 每一点,完全(一样)

do one's bit 尽一份力

bit n. 一点,一些,少量的

bite [bait] v. 咬;叮

hard-bitten [ ] adj.不屈的,顽强的

bit [bit]

跑龙套 "utility man, play a bit role, general handyman"

Bit Error Rate 比特误码率

LFE Low Bit-rate Coding 低码率编码

Bit 齿片,钻头

BER Bit-Error Rate 位误码率

CBDS Constant Bit Rate Data Service 不变比特率数据服务

CBR Continuous Bit Rate,or Constant Bit Rate 连续的比特率或不变的比特率

VBR Variable Bit Rate 变量位率

VDSL Very High-Bit Rate Digital Subscriber Line 非常高位率数字用户线路

Router Bit Set 木工铣刀工具组

a bit trying 有点苦恼

all bark and no bite 只动口,不动手的人

bite one's head off 大发脾气

how about a bite 随便吃些什么吧

BIB Backward Indicator Bit 后向指示比特

FIB Forward Indicator Bit 前向指示比特

Four short words sum up what has lifted most successful individuals above the crowd: a little bit more.

A barking dog doesn't bite!

I need a bit more background before I can help you.
在帮助你之前, 我需要先了解更多有关你的情况。

I was bit by bit being brought face to face with the fact that I had very little success.

It's a bit odd that she didn't phone to say she couldn't come.

Try putting some more wine in it; that might make it taste a bit better.

I'm a little bit tired.

The story is a little bit difficult for me.

He looks a little bit like his cousin.

Is that a little bit tough?

The economy has been at a bit of a low.

The government’s policies bit by bit led to the country’s economic recovery.

I like the house but I think the price is a bit on the high side.
我喜欢那房子, 但觉得价格太高了点。

Don't let her say things like that about your work — you should stand up to her a bit more.

You won’t make any progress if you don't exert yourself a bit more.

My girlfriend must be a bit of a saint to put up with me.

I put on a bit of makeup.

Can you came down a bit?

He was not a bit tired. 他一点也不累。

A barking dog doesn't bite! 吠犬不咬人。

I am so full that I would burst with another bite.我吃得如此之饱,我感觉我再吃一口肚子就要胀破了。

One need only ask first-year university students what music they listen to , how much of it and what it means to them, in order to discover that the phenomenon is universal in America, that it begins in adolescence or a bit before and continues through the college years.

She was afraid that the dog would bite.

He read all the interesting bit in the newspaper.

Your article is a bit long for our paper.

Their dog bit a hole in my trousers.

He was taken to the hospital to be treated for snake bite.

The little cat gave me a playful bite.

It wouldn't do him any harm to work a bit harder.

This dish is a bit hot.

Don't you think the radio's a bit loud?

The dish tastes a bit sweet.

Sweet dreams! *该句和Good night!一起用于就寝前。一般人均可使用,特别多用于父母对子女。
Sweet dreams! (做个好梦。)
Don't let the bedbugs bite. (晚安。) *bedbugs “臭虫”,直译是“别让臭虫咬了。”但现在没有这种意思,只是睡觉前常用的表达方式之一。
Have pleasant dreams.

I have a bit of a fever.

Don't bite off more than you can chew. *bite off more than one can chew 直译是“咬下了自己嚼不了的东西”,常用来表示“接受自己力所不及的工作”、“接受超过自己能力的事情”。
Don't attempt more than you are capable of.

No, not a bit.
Aren't you tired? (你不累吗?)
No, not a bit. (不,一点儿都不累。)

It's a bit too hard.

A rough diamond 内秀外粗的人
Rough diamond 指“没加工的钻石”,用来指内秀外粗的人,真是妙语!
The guy is really a rough diamond , and he can get everything right ,although he is a little bit careless .

A baker's wife may bite of a bun, a brewer's wife may bite of a tun.

A bit in the morning is better than nothing all day.

An old dog bites sore.

Barking dogs seldom bite.

Bite off more than one can chew.

Bite the hand that feeds one.

Dogs that bark at a distance bite not at hand.

If you cannot bite, never show your teeth.

In every country dogs bite.

Once bit, twice shy.

Take a hair of the dog that bit you.

A Your weekend does sound busy! Mine was the exact opposite.
A 你的周末听起来确实很忙!我的刚好相反。
B Why? What was yours like?
B 为什么?你的周末怎么过的?
A My weekend was quiet. Very quiet. I did almost nothing.
A 我的周末很安静。非常安静。我几乎什么也没做。
B Why? I thought you were going out. I thought you had big plans for the weekend.
B 为什么?我以为你要出去呢。我以为你的周末有重大的计划。
A I think I had a little bit of the flu. I didn’t feel too well so I spent most of the weekend in bed. I didn’t go out or do anything.
A 我想我有点感冒。我感觉不太舒服,所以周末大部分的时间我都呆在床上。我既没出去,也没做任何事情。
B Oh, that’s a pity. At least you had a good rest!
B 噢,太遗憾了。但至少你好好休息了一下!

A It’s impossible to get a taxi. The traffic is so busy. All the taxis are full.
A 叫到出租车是不可能的。交通是如此繁忙。所有的出租车都满了。
B We’ll be late unless we get a taxi.
B 如果叫不到出租车我们会迟到的。
A How far is it to the restaurant?
A 这里离餐馆多远?
B It’s not too far, maybe 10 to 15 minutes’ walk.
B 不太远,也许步行要10到15分钟。
A Well, let’s walk. The traffic is so heavy, I think walking is quicker.
A 哦,咱们步行去吧。交通太拥挤了,我想步行更快一些。
B A little bit of exercise is better for us anyway.
B 无论怎么说锻炼一下身体对我们更有好处。

A Hi, I’m Feng. I’m Mr. Li’s son.
A 你好!我是风。 我是李先生的儿子。
B Hi, Feng. Nice to meet you. ?You’re a student, aren’t you?
Your dad tells me you love athletics.
B 你好,风。很高兴认识你。你是一个学生,对吗?你爸爸告诉我你很喜爱体育运动。
A Yes. I run a bit. I like running.
A 是的,我跑跑步。我喜欢跑步。

A My wife arrives on the 14th.
A 我妻子14日到。
B That’s good. Is it her first visit?
B 好啊。这是她第一次来吗?
A Yes, and she wants to see everything! But Xi'an first.
A 是的,她什么都想看! 但是西安是第一想看的。
B When are you going?
B 你们什么时候去?
A The trip to Xi'an is on the 17th. Our flight is late afternoon.
A 去西安是17日。我们的航班是下午晚些时候的。
B Good. She'll have time to see a bit of Beijing first.
B 好。她将有时间先看一看北京。

A I want to visit Harbin, up in the north-east.
Is summer a good time to go - June or July, for example?
A 我想去看看哈尔滨,去东北。夏天去是好时候吗?比如说六月和七月。
B Springtime is better - especially April or May.
B 春天比较好——尤其是四月和五月。
A Why's that?
A 为什么呢?
B Well, temperatures are a bit extreme there.
Winter is very cold. And summer is extremely hot and dusty.
B 哦,那里的气温有些极端。冬天非常冷。夏天又极热,而且灰尘很多。
A So you would recommend spring or autumn?
A 这么说你要推荐春天或者秋天?
B Yes, I would. They're the best times.
B 是的。春天和秋天是最好的时候。

A I like this suitcase.
A 我喜欢这个手提箱。.
B We've got it in black and brown, sir.
B 我们有黑色的和褐色的,先生。
A I like the black one. Have you got it in a smaller size?
A 我喜欢这个黑色的。你有小一号的吗?
B Yes, sir. We've got these suitcases in three sizes - small, medium and large. Here you are.
B 是的,先生。这样的手提箱我们有三个尺寸——小号,中号和大号的。
A That one's a bit too small. ?I'll take the medium one.
A 那个有点太小。我买这个中号的。
B Certainly, sir. Is there anything else?
B 当然,先生。还要什么吗?

A That's my daughter. And that's my sister.
A 这就是我女儿。这是我姐姐。
B Your sister! She doesn't look like you either.
B 你姐姐!她长得也跟你不一样。
A No, she's tall and blond, not short and dark like me.
A 是的,她高个子,金发碧眼,不像我又矮又黑。
B You're both very slim. All my family are a bit overweight.
B 你们都很苗条。我的家人都有点胖。

A You're not overweight!
A 你不胖!
B No, not me. ?But most of my family are a bit overweight.
B 不,不是我。但是我的大多数家人都有点肥胖。
A You should come to the States.
A 你应该去美国。
B What do you mean?
B 你的意思是说?
A Too many people in the States are overweight. Seriously overweight.
A 肥胖的美国人太多了。严重地肥胖。
B Yes, I've seen pictures of some very large people!
B 是的,我看到过一些块头非常大的人的照片!

A What did you think of the restaurant?
A 你认为这家餐馆怎么样?
B Well, the service was excellent.
B 哦,服务非常不错。
A And the atmosphere was great.
A 环境也很幽雅。
B Yes, that's true, but the meal was a bit pricey.
B 是的,是这样,但是饭菜有点贵。
A I suppose it was quite expensive.
A 我觉得非常贵。
B But the food was absolutely delicious.
B 但是食物绝对好吃。

A Ping and I went to the new Italian restaurant last week.
A 平和我上周去了一家新开的意大利餐馆。
B I was there last month. I thought it was fantastic.
B 我上个月去了那里。我认为那里非常棒。
A Yes, the food and the atmosphere were great.
A 是的,饭菜和环境都非常好。
B But there was one thing I didn't like. The service.
B 但是有一样我不喜欢。那就是服务。
A It was a bit slow, I suppose.
A 我觉得那里的服务有点慢。
B I thought the service was too slow.
B 我认为那里的服务简直太慢了。

A What a match! That was an incredible game.
A 多么精彩的比赛!这是一场令人难以置信的比赛。
B Yes, it was amazing. At least I thought the first half was amazing.
B 是的,令人惊叹。至少我认为上半场非常精彩。
A Did you see that last goal? What a header!
A 你看到最后的进球了吗?多么漂亮的头球攻门!
B Maybe it was a bit lucky. The second half wasn’t so good.
B 也许有点幸运。下半场就没有那么好。
A I thought the match was really exciting.
A 我认为比赛非常精彩。
B Yes, it was good.
B 是的,很不错。

A And what about you? What do you do?
A 那你呢?你做什么工作?
B I work in a newspaper office.
B 我在一家报社工作。
A Do you like your work?
A 你喜欢你的工作吗?
B Sometimes. It can be really exciting but sometimes it can be a bit boring.
B 有时候是。我的工作很令人兴奋,但是有时候也能让人感觉沉闷。
A I guess that’s like most jobs: sometimes interesting, sometimes boring.
A 我猜想这和大多数的工作是一样的:有时有趣,有时烦闷。
B Yes, but all in all, it’s a good job. And I like the people I work with.
B 是的,但是总的来说是份好工作。而且我喜欢和我一起工作的同事。

A My daughter would love to be a volunteer at the Olympics.
A 我女儿想当一名奥运会志愿者。
B Can she speak Chinese?
B 她会说汉语吗?
A Yes, a bit. She’s not perfect, but she can speak basic Chinese.
A 是的,会一点。她说得不是非常好,但是她能说一些基本的话。
B Well, she should apply. They need thousands of volunteers.
B 哦,那她可以申请。他们需要数千名志愿者。
A She knows Beijing well and she also speaks French and a little Spanish.
A 她对北京很了解,而且她还能说法语和一点西班牙语。
B Well, they need volunteers of all nationalities and people who can speak different languages, so she should apply.
B 哦,他们需要来自各国的志愿者,能讲多种语言的志愿者,所以她应该申请。

Have you been to Beijing before?
Yes, I have. Many times.
Really. You must know it quite well.
Well, this is my sixth visit, I think. I get to know it a little bit more each time.
Six times! That’s a lot. It’s nearly your home city!

A What did you think of the restaurant?
A 你觉得那家餐厅怎么样?
B Well, the service was excellent, but the meal was a bit expensive.
B 嗯,服务真是很优秀,但是就是食物太贵了。
A I suppose it was quite expensive.
A 我猜想是贵了点儿。
B But the food was absolutely delicious.
B 但是菜做得还是地道的。

I am not a bit anxious about my battles If I am anxious Idon't fight them, I wait until I am ready.
B.Montgomery, Bdritish Marshal

When a dog bites a man that is not news , but when a man bites a dog that is news.
Charls A.Dana, American journalist 
美国记者达纳C A 

I have to slow it down a little bit. I know that there are some speed traps in this area.

Sigh, I'm so hungry. Can I have a bite?噢,我肚子饿了。我可以吃一口吗?

The tooth hurts only when he bites down on it.

@@@ 许多, 大量, 富于
a (great/wide) range of 广泛的; 许多的
a cloud of 一大群; 一大片
a crowd of 许多; 一大群
a good/great deal (of) 许多, 大量
a great many 许多
a heap of 一大堆
a host of 一大群; 许多
a large amount & large amounts of 许多, 大量
a multitude of 一大批; 大量
a myriad of 大量的, 无数的
a number of 许多; 一些
a pile of 一堆; 很多
a wealth of 丰富的, 大量的
abound in 充满, 富于
all kinds of 许多; 大量(金钱)
an array of 显眼的一系列; 整齐的一大批; 大量
be abundant in 富于, 丰富
by the dozens 数目很多地; 大量地
for the most part 主要地; 大多数情况下
have (sth.) to spare 有多余的...
head and shoulders above 大大超出, 水平高很多
in abundance 大量地
in quantity 大量地, 大批地
on a large scale 大批量; 大规模
plenty of 丰富, 大量
quite a bit/few/little/lot 相当多, 有相当多的数目
rich in sth. 富于...
safety in numbers 人多保险, 势众
scores of 许多
teem with 有很多..., 充满...
the majority of 大多数
varied fare 多样化的饮食
well attended 参加的人多

@@@ 一点
a bite to eat (随便吃的)一点儿东西, 一口
a grain of truth 一点儿可信的东西; 一丝真理
by inches 一点一点地
far from 一点儿也不; 根本不是
I'll say. 一点也没错.
in no way 决不, 一点也不
not at all 一点儿也不; 没关系, 别客气
You can say that again! & You said it! 一点没错, 说得对极了!

@@@ 一点儿
a bite to eat (随便吃的)一点儿东西, 一口
a grain of truth 一点儿可信的东西; 一丝真理
by inches 一点一点地
far from 一点儿也不; 根本不是
fix a snack 吃点零食, 随便吃点东西
I'll say. 一点也没错.
in no way 决不, 一点也不
not at all 一点儿也不; 没关系, 别客气
sort of sth. 有点儿, 有几分
You can say that again! & You said it! 一点没错, 说得对极了!

bit n.片刻;小钱币;十二分半

byte n.(电脑)字节(八bit组成)

bite the bullet咬紧牙关,忍受痛苦
You just bite the bullet and get it over with.

bite the dust死亡,报销
This pen just bite the dust.

a bit trying 有点苦恼

all bark and no bite 只动口,不动手的人

bite one's head off 大发脾气

have a bite 咬一口

His bark is worse than his bite. 刀子嘴,豆腐心

not a bit 一点也不

I am a little a bit busy right now,can we talk later?

I couldn't eat another bite.

- Lose one's cool 沉不住气
反义词keep one's cool
In the boxing match. Tyson lost his cool and bit Hollyfield's ear.

- make an exhibition of oneself 出洋相
如果表示总出洋相可以在exhibition 一词前加上形容词, regular
She is a bit insane. She always makes a regular exhibition of herself by raging at almost everybody.

- use elbow grease 费很大的劲头
How long haven't you cleaned your kitchen ? It'll use elbow grease to get it shine again.
elbow-grease 常指“费劲儿的体力活儿”
You have to use a bit of elbow-grease to clean all windows.

- bite the hand that feeds one 恩将仇报
Sorry, I can tell you nothing about my master. Otherwise, I will be biting the hand that feeds me.

- parade one's knowledge 买弄学问
He is a well-learned man, bit he never parades his knowledge.

As long as the quality is good, it hardly matters if the price is a little bit higher.

Our price is a little bit higher, but the quality of our products is better.

The quality is all right, but the style is a bit outdated.

比特 bit

A: David, have you been to Beijing before?
A: 大卫,你以前来过北京吗?
B: Yes, I have. Many times.
B: 是的,来过。来过很多次。
A: Really. You must know it quite well.
A: 是吗?你一定非常了解北京。
B: Well, this is my sixth visit, I think. I get to know it a little bit more each time.
B: 哦,我想这是第六次来北京了。我一次比一次更了解它。
A: Six times! That’s a lot. It’s nearly your home city!
A: 六次!不少啊。差不多成了你的家乡了!

半点 [bàn diǎn] /the least bit/

不是味儿 [bù shì wèi er ] /not the right flavor/not quite right/a bit off/fishy/queer/amiss/feel bad/be upset/

撮 [cuō] /bring together/little bit/shovel/gather up/bring together/pick/

大一些 [dà yī xiē] /a bit bigger/

丁点 [dīng diǎn] /tiny bit/

将就 [jiāng jiu ] /accept (a bit reluctantly)/put up with/

啃 [kěn] /to gnaw/to nibble/to bite/

龈 [kěn] /gnaw/bite/

陆续 [lù xù] /in turn/successively/one after the other/bit by bit/

略微 [lüè wēi] /(adv) a little bit; slightly/

稍微 [shāo wēi] /a little bit/

少量 [shǎo liàng] /(adj) a smidgen; a little bit; a few/

噬 [shì] /devour/to bite/

丝毫 [sī háo] /the slightest amount or degree/a bit/

未免 [wèi miǎn] /(adv) truly; rather a bit too/

位元 [wèi yuán] /bit/

咬 [yǎo] /bite/nip/

一点 [yī diǎn] /a bit/a little/

一点儿 [yī dianr3] /a bit/a little/

一下儿 [yí xiar4] /a little bit/a little while/

早些 [zǎo xiē] /(a bit) earlier/

Curiously, some two-and-a-half years and two novels later, my experiment in what the Americans term "downshifting" has turned my tired excuse into an absolute reality.
I have been transformed from a passionate advocate of the philosophy of "have it all", preached by Linda Kelsey for the past seven years in the pages of she magazine, into a woman who is happy to settle for a bit of everything.

{adj: ailing, indisposed, peaked, poorly, sickly, unwell, under the weather, seedy} somewhat ill or prone to illness
"my poor ailing grandmother"
"feeling a bit indisposed today"
"you look a little peaked"
"feeling poorly"
"a sickly child"
"is unwell and can't come to work"

{adj: barbed, biting, nipping, pungent, mordacious} capable of wounding
"a barbed compliment"
"a biting aphorism"
"pungent satire"

{adj: bit-by-bit, in small stages, piecemeal, step-by-step, stepwise} one thing at a time

{adj: biting, bitter} causing a sharply painful or stinging sensation; used especially of cold
"bitter cold"
"a biting wind"

{adj: brave, braw, gay} brightly colored and showy
"girls decked out in brave new dresses"
"brave banners flying"
"`braw' is a Scottish word"
"a dress a bit too gay for her years"
"birds with gay plumage"

{adj: burned, burnt, burned-over, burned-out, burnt-out} destroyed or badly damaged by fire
"a row of burned houses"
"a charred bit of burnt wood"
"a burned-over site in the forest"
"barricaded the street with burnt-out cars"

{adj: cliff-hanging, suspenseful, suspensive, nail-biting} (of a situation) characterized by or causing suspense

{adj: creaky, decrepit, derelict, flea-bitten, run-down, woebegone} worn and broken down by hard use
"a creaky shack"
"a decrepit bus...its seats held together with friction tape"
"a flea-bitten sofa"
"a run-down neighborhood"
"a woebegone old shack"

{adj: deadly, venomous, virulent} extremely poisonous or injurious; producing venom
"venomous snakes"
"a virulent insect bite"

{adj: dog-eared, eared} worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down
"a somewhat dog-eared duke...a bit run down"-Clifton Fadiman
"an old book with dog-eared pages"

{adj: functional, usable, useable, in working order, operable, operational} fit or ready for use or service
"the toaster was still functional even after being dropped"
"the lawnmower is a bit rusty but still usable"
"an operational aircraft"
"the dishwasher is now in working order"

{adj: hard-bitten, hard-boiled, pugnacious} tough and callous by virtue of experience

{adj: irritating, painful} causing physical discomfort
"bites of black flies are more than irritating; they can be very painful"

{adj: itchy} causing an irritating cutaneous sensation; being affect with an itch
"he had an itchy toe from the mosquito bite"

{adj: least} the superlative of `little' that can be used with mass nouns and is usually preceded by `the'; a quantifier meaning smallest in amount or extent or degree
"didn't care the least bit"
"he has the least talent of anyone"
<-> most

{adj: long} (of speech sounds or syllables) of relatively long duration
" the English vowel sounds in `bate', `beat', `bite', `boat', `boot' are long"
<-> short

{adj: mordacious} biting or given to biting
"they deliberately gave me a skittish and mordacious mount"

{adj: nice, skillful} done with delicacy and skill
"a nice bit of craft"
"a job requiring nice measurements with a micrometer"
"a nice shot"

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