n.) A small part of anything, a little, not much
v.) Past Tense of Bite.
I’m a bit tired.
I bit my lip.
He bit off the meat.
You had better relax a bit.
He looked a bit embarrassed.
Could you turn the TV up a bit?
He ate every bit of the pudding.
She started to get a bit violent.
The weather is a bit warmer today.
That dress looks a bit long to me.
He bit off more than he could chew.
I don’t care a bit about the future.
Try and cheer up a bit; life isn’t that bad!
I felt a bit tired from swimming all morning.
You’re a bit late today aren’t you?
I’ve got a bit of an ache in my back.
His way of thinking is a bit extreme.
I became very sleepy after a bit of reading.
Before painting, you should stir up the paint a bit.
You notice that your breathing has speeded up a bit.
She bit off more than she could chew and was laughed at.
Can we slow down and walk for a bit? I’m getting a stitch.
I am becoming accustomed to the severe climate here bit by bit.
All that was needed was a little bit of forethought for the success.
The border between science fact and science fiction gets a bit fuzzy.
Older people tend to be quite conservative and a bit suspicious of any supposed advances.
Bit by bit, the group accepted the idea.
I suppose I was a bit on the short side early on in secondary school.
In point of fact, my mind started to wake up a bit during this period.
I put my arm over my mouth and bit down on it to keep from crying out.
The neighbouring house was destroyed, but mine survived just a bit of cost for repair.