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Meanings and phrases
- a small piece or quantity of something; spot
- a small fragment of something broken off from the whole; chip; flake; fleck; scrap
- piece of metal held in horse's mouth by reins and used to control the horse while riding
- an indefinitely short time; moment; mo; minute; second
- an instance of some kind; piece
- a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program; act; routine; number; turn
- a unit of measurement of information (from binary + digit); the amount of information in a system having two equiprobable states
- the part of a key that enters a lock and lifts the tumblers
- the cutting part of a drill; usually pointed and threaded and is replaceable in a brace or bitstock or drill press
- a small amount of solid food; a mouthful; morsel; bite
- a small fragment; snatch
- to a small degree; somewhat; a little; a trifle
- a bit for horses that is a solid bar of metal
bit by bit
- in a gradual manner; gradually; step by step
- a little bit at a time; piecemeal; little by little; in stages
- a field containing only binary characters
- a small role; minor role
- Tay Garnett also has a bit part in the film.
- The film has a bit part by Valerie Solanas.
- Horror film actor Rondo Hatton had a bit part as "Hunchback."
- a drilling bit with cutting edges usually hardened against wear; fishtail bit
- a drill for penetrating rock; borer; rock drill; stone drill
- a bit with a sharp center point for guidance and two side cutters; centre bit
- a bit with a sharp center point for guidance and two side cutters; center bit
- a bit that is used for beveling
- (computer science) a bit that is used in an error detection procedure in which a 0 or 1 is added to each group of bits so that it will have either an odd number of 1's or an even number of 1's; e.g., if the parity is odd then any group of bits that arrives with an even number of 1's must contain an error; parity bit; parity
- a hollow drilling bit that is the cutting part of a core drill; allows core samples to be taken
- a bit for enlarging the upper part of a hole; counterbore; countersink
- a rock drill having cruciform cutting edges; used in mining
- a horse's bit with an attached chain or strap to check the horse; curb
- a bit used in drilling for oil; drilling bit
- Such screws are best installed after drilling a pilot hole with a tapered drill bit.
- A hole saw usually attaches to a mandrel, the latter being basically a drill bit with threads to secure the saw.
- In "DTH" drilling, the percussion mechanism – commonly called the hammer – is located directly behind the drill bit.
- a bit used in drilling for oil; drill bit
- to the same degree (often followed by `as'); equally; as
- This means every bit in memory is part of a byte.
- Men were fat in those days and every bit mighty giants.
- The pavilions were every bit as magnificent as the bridge.
- a bit with a cutting blade that can be adjusted to different sizes; expansive bit
- a bit with a cutting blade that can be adjusted to different sizes; expansion bit
- a drilling bit with cutting edges usually hardened against wear; blade bit
- (computer science) a bit that is used in an error detection procedure in which a 0 or 1 is added to each group of bits so that it will have either an odd number of 1's or an even number of 1's; e.g., if the parity is odd then any group of bits that arrives with an even number of 1's must contain an error; parity; check bit
- a small bit that drills a first hole to guide a larger drill
- a drill bit that has hardened rotating rollers; roller bit
- a drill bit that has hardened rotating rollers; rock bit
- a simple jointed bit for a horse; without a curb; snaffle
- a thin bit with a center point and cutting edges on either side
- a bit or drill having deep helical grooves; twist drill
- She also defined it as being "a little bit funkier."
- When I came out of the army it was a little bit rough.
- I think he's been a little bit of a pillock."
- I just need to wait, think about things a bit more.
- It might be a bit more trouble than its worth".
- It is situated a bit more than far from the mainland.
- So you will see her clashing with Angie quite a bit.
- The game changed quite a bit throughout its development.
- He said the film "transformed quite a bit" from the rough cut.
- So, it may be a bit too easy for veterans of the genre.
- Which I thought was a bit too soon.
- I drank a bit too much.
- Belmore played bit parts in several 1930s film classics.
- In the rest of Waters' films, she's played both main and bit parts.
- According to IMDb, Sencio had bit parts in motion pictures as well.
- HVXC is used at a low bit rate of 2 or 4 kbit/s.
- The bit rate of the codec is 4.8 kbit/s.
- G.729.1 is scalable in bit rate, acoustic bandwidth and complexity.
- It's going to be a little bit more soul."
- I feel like my name is a little bit more familiar than it was before.
- A little bit more, and both would open fire with their 12,7 mm (0,50") machineguns.
- We wanted to try something a bit different and new.
- The OFI's goals were a little bit different from its mother.
- Dimpida is bit different from the rest, bit feminine from inside.
- Data is signed, encoded as two's complement with the MSB (most significant bit) first.
- Shifts were 17-bit circular, with the carry bit "to the left" of the most significant bit.
- However, 0 can refer to either the most or least significant bit depending on the context.
- She had long black hair and just a bit of blood coming from the corner of her mouth.
- Barton commented that "Overall, "Martigan Belt" is just a bit slim and lacking in completeness for its price.
- For example, N'Djamena records a maximum annual average rainfall of , while Ouaddaï Prefecture receives just a bit less.
- "We needed something to help spice us up a bit," said Scott.
- Stuart also gets the nurses' back up a bit by making changes.
- I think I had sobered up a bit by the time I got back to the hotel.
- The Outer Moat took a bit longer, and averages some six to nine feet in width.
- The singular–plural distinction survived at bit longer, but came gradually out of use.
- The horse runs a bit lazy but there's nothing wrong with that, they last a bit longer.
- The crisis affected France a bit later than other countries; it hit in 1931.
- A bit later that year he was given the position as a reporter with "The Pilot."
- (The TV show began a bit later, on September 4, 1954, on a weekly basis on CBS.