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QUANT 一点；少许；少量 A bit of something is a small amount of it.
All it required was a bit of work...
I got paid a little bit of money.
PHRASE 稍微；稍稍；有点儿 A bit means to a small extent or degree. It is sometimes used to make a statement less extreme.
This girl was a bit strange...
I think people feel a bit more confident...
PHRASE 有点儿；有几分；稍微 You can use a bit of to make a statement less forceful. For example, the statement 'It's a bit of a nuisance' is less forceful than 'It's a nuisance'.
It's all a bit of a mess...
Students have always been portrayed as a bit of a joke...
PHRASE 很多；相当多；相当大 Quite a bit means quite a lot.
They're worth quite a bit of money...
Things have changed quite a bit...
PHRASE 稍微（多或少一些） You use a bit before 'more' or 'less' to mean a small amount more or a small amount less.
I still think I have a bit more to offer...
Maybe we'll hear a little bit less noise.
PHRASE 一会儿，片刻（英国英语中亦用for a bit） If you do something a bit, you do it for a short time. In British English, you can also say that you do something for a bit .
Let's wait a bit...
I hope there will be time to talk a bit...
N-COUNT 小部分；小块；片段 A bit of something is a small part or section of it.
That's the bit of the meeting that I missed...
Now comes the really important bit...
N-COUNT 一点；小块；小片；小段 A bit of something is a small piece of it.
Only a bit of string looped round a nail in the doorpost held it shut.
...crumpled bits of paper.
N-COUNT （一组事物中的）一个，一项，一件 You can use bit to refer to a particular item or to one of a group or set of things. For example, a bit of information is an item of information.
There was one bit of vital evidence which helped win the case...
Not one single bit of work has been started towards the repair of this road.
N-SING （表示不重要）所有相关的零七碎八 You use bit in expressions such as the charity bit and the whole marriage bit to refer to everything that is involved in something, when you do not think it is important.
N-COUNT 位，比特（计算机的最小信息量单位） In computing, a bit is the smallest unit of information that is held in a computer's memory. It is either 1 or 0. Several bits form a byte.
N-COUNT 12.5美分 A bit is 12 1/2 cents; mainly used in expressions such as two bits, which means 25 cents, or four bits, which means 50 cents.
N-COUNT 马嚼子；马衔 A bit is a piece of metal that is held in a horse's mouth and is used to control the horse when you are riding.
Bit is the past tense of bite.
PHRASE 一点点地；逐渐地 If something happens bit by bit, it happens in stages.
Bit by bit I began to understand what they were trying to do.
PHRASE 急欲摆脱束缚做事；急于开始 If someone is champing at the bit or is chomping at the bit, they are very impatient to do something, but they are prevented from doing it, usually by circumstances that they have no control over.
I expect you're champing at the bit, so we'll get things going as soon as we can.
PHRASE 尽微薄之力；尽一份力 If you do your bit, you do something that, to a small or limited extent, helps to achieve something.
PHRASE 完全和…一样…；…程度丝毫不逊色于… You say that one thing is every bit as good, interesting, or important as another to emphasize that the first thing is just as good, interesting, or important as the second.
My dinner jacket is every bit as good as his.
PHRASE 有点儿过分；不合情理 If you say that something is a bit much, you are annoyed because you think someone has behaved in an unreasonable way.
It's a bit much expecting me to dump your boyfriend for you.
PHRASE 一点儿也不；毫不 You use not a bit when you want to make a strong negative statement.
I'm really not a bit surprised...
'Are you disappointed?'—'Not a bit.'
PHRASE 并非如此；根本没有；一点儿没有 You say not a bit of it to emphasize that something that you might expect to be the case is not the case.
Did he give up? Not a bit of it!
PHRASE 各种零碎东西；七零八碎的东西 You can use bits and pieces or bits and bobs to refer to a collection of different things.
PHRASE （对工作等）满腔热忱，义无反顾 If you get the bit between your teeth, or take the bit between your teeth, you become very enthusiastic about a job you have to do.
PHRASE 成为碎片 If something is smashed or blown to bits, it is broken into a number of pieces. If something falls to bits, it comes apart so that it is in a number of pieces.
She found a pretty yellow jug smashed to bits.