[bɪt]     [bɪt]    
  • n. 少量;小块;片刻;马嚼子;(烟头等的)咬嘴;钻头;钥匙齿;<美口>一角二分半钱;[计]比特
  • v. 给(马等)上嚼口;约束
  • 动词bite的过去式和过去分词
bitted bitted bitting bits



n. (名词)
  1. 钻头
  2. 咬嘴,嚼口,嚼子
  3. 约束
  4. 一会儿,片刻
  5. 少量,一点点,少许,小片,小块
  6. 马勒
  7. 刃,刀头
  8. 齿
  9. <口>老一套
  10. <美口>一角二分半钱
  11. 某种程度,某种数量
v. (动词)
  1. 约束,抑制,控制
  2. 勒着
  3. 锉齿,锉钥匙齿
  4. 给(马)上嚼子,上衔铁
  5. 训练(马)适应嚼子
  1. bite的过去式和过去分词


n. (名词)
  1. [C]小块,少量 small piece or amount of sth
  2. [C]比特,位 the smallest unit of information used by a computer


  1. a small piece or quantity of something;

    "a spot of tea"
    "a bit of paper"
    "a bit of lint"
    "I gave him a bit of my mind"

  2. a small fragment of something broken off from the whole;

    "a bit of rock caught him in the eye"

  3. an indefinitely short time;

    "wait just a moment"
    "in a mo"
    "it only takes a minute"
    "in just a bit"

  4. an instance of some kind;

    "it was a nice piece of work"
    "he had a bit of good luck"

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

    "the horse was not accustomed to a bit"

  6. a unit of measurement of information (from binary + digit); the amount of information in a system having two equiprobable states;

    "there are 8 bits in a byte"

  7. a small amount of solid food; a mouthful;

    "all they had left was a bit of bread"

  8. a small fragment;

    "overheard snatches of their conversation"

  9. a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program;

    "he did his act three times every evening"
    "she had a catchy little routine"
    "it was one of the best numbers he ever did"

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

  11. the cutting part of a drill; usually pointed and threaded and is replaceable in a brace or bitstock or drill press;

    "he looked around for the right size bit"



用作名词 (n.)
  1. He only put a bit on his plate to make fashion.
  2. He assembled the model aircraft bit by bit.
  3. Let the broth simmer down a bit more.
  4. The horse was champing the bit .
  5. A power drill will chatter if the bit is loose.


用作名词 (n.)
a bit at a time
    渐渐地,一步一步地 by degrees
a bit much
    不受欢迎,过分,不合理 unwelcome; excessive; unreasonable
a bit thick
    不公平,不合理 more than one can or wishes to tolerate; not fair or reasonable
bits and pieces
    各种各样的小零碎儿 small objects or items of various kinds
bit by bit
    一点儿一点儿地,逐渐地 a piece at a time; gradually
champ at the bit
    急于开拓,颇不耐烦 be eager to begin; be tired of being held back; want to start
do one's bit
    做自己分内的事,做有益的贡献 do one's share (of a task); make a useful contribution
every bit as
    相同,相等,完全一样 just as; equally
give a bit of one's mind
    对某人直率地指出其错误并加以责备 speak plainly, pointing out one's faults and scolding one
    give sb a bit of one's mind

    To be teachers we should give our students a bit of our mind.


not a bit
    一点儿也不 not at all; not in any way
quite a bit
    〈非正〉相当多;不少;不止一点点rather a large amount; rather much; more than a little
take the bit between one's teeth
    不服控制,不听从指挥 disobedient
take the bit in one's mouth
    执著,一意孤行 have one's own way take control of sth
to bits
    成为碎片 into small pieces


用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ ~+名词 ~+介词 介词+~


  • The fragments, scraps, the bits, and greasy relics Of her o'er-eaten faith.

    出自:Troilus Cressida , Shakespeare
  • I can take a bit draw of the pipe.

    出自: J. Hawthorne
  • A most noble ruin..full of beautiful and romantic bits.

    出自: B. Stoker
  • He's lost every bit of shamesevery bitsif ever he had anyswhich I doubt very much.

    出自: D. H. Lawrence
  • By 1900 there were fifty thousand Jews in Palestine and a bit more social life for Jossi.

    出自: L. Uris
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