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bit

美 [bɪt]
英 [bɪt]
  • n.钻头;比特;小块;嚼子
  • v.约束;“bite”的过去式和过去分词;给(马)上嚼子
  • 网络位;位元;一点
复数:bits  
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n.
小量small amount
1.
[sing]
有点儿;稍微rather
These trousers are a bit tight.
这条裤子有点紧。
‘Are you tired?’ ‘Yes, I am a bit.’
“你累了吗?”“是的,有点。”
It costs a bit more than I wanted to spend.
比我预计的消费高了一点。
I can lend you fifty pounds, if you want. That should help a bit.
如果你需要,我可以借给你五十英镑。那应该有些帮助。
2.
[sing]
稍顷;短距离a short time or distance
Wait a bit!
等会儿!
Can you move up a bit?
你请挪过去点儿好吗?
Greg thought for a bit before answering.
格雷格略微思考了一下才回答。
3.
[c]
~ of sth
小量;小块a small amount or piece of sth
some useful bits of information
一些有用的零星信息
With a bit of luck , we'll be there by 12.
如果顺利点,我们将于 12 点钟赶到那里。
I've got a bit of shopping to do.
我要买点东西。
a bit of cake
一小块饼
bits of grass/paper
些许的草;纸屑
部分part of sth
4.
[c]
(事物的)一部分,一段a part of sth larger
The best bit of the holiday was seeing the Grand Canyon.
假期中最精彩的片段是参观大峡谷。
The school play was a huge success─the audience roared with laughter at all the funny bits.
学校的演出获得了巨大成功,所有的滑稽片段都令观众哄堂大笑。
大量large amount
5.
[sing]
(informal)
a ~ (of sth)
大量a large amount
‘How much does he earn?’ ‘Quite a bit!’
“他有多少收入?”“挺多的!”
The new system will take a bit of getting used to(= it will take a long time to get used to) .
适应新系统将需花很多时间。
计算机技术computing
6.
[c]
比特,二进制位,位(计算机的最小信息单位)the smallest unit of information used by a computer
for horse
7.
[c]
嚼子a metal bar that is put in a horse's mouth so that the rider can control it
工具tool
8.
[c]
钻头;刀头;钎头a tool or part of a tool for drilling (= making) holes
money
9.
[c]
(informal)
12.5 分;一角二分半an amount of money equal to 12½ cents
生殖器官sexual organs
10.
[pl]
(informal)
(人的)生殖器a person's sexual organs

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