Übersetzung von “bit” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

bit

nounbit [ bɪt ]
a bit
a small amount or degree
un peu

We're having a bit of a problem.
Nous avons un petit problème.

a little bit farther
un peu plus loin
a fairly large amount
beaucoup , pas mal

There's quite a bit to do.
Il y a beaucoup / pas mal à faire.
=slightly; a little
un peu

I'm a bit tired.
Je suis un peu fatigué.
bit by bit
=little by little; slowly and gradually
petit à petit

She opened the door bit by bit.
Elle ouvrit la porte petit à petit.
; see also little
a small amount or degree
un peu

We're having a bit of a problem.
Nous avons un petit problème.

a little bit farther
un peu plus loin
a fairly large amount
beaucoup , pas mal

There's quite a bit to do.
Il y a beaucoup / pas mal à faire.
=slightly; a little
un peu

I'm a bit tired.
Je suis un peu fatigué.
bit by bit
=little by little; slowly and gradually
petit à petit

She opened the door bit by bit.
Elle ouvrit la porte petit à petit.
; see also little
countable a small piece of sth larger
morceau masculine

bits of broken shell and rock
des morceaux de coquillages et de roche brisés
countable the smallest unit of information in computing
bit masculine

"b" is the symbol for bit.
"b" est le symbole pour bit
every bit as good/smart/bad etc.
indicates sb or sth is as good, smart, bad as another
en tout point aussi bon/bonne/intelligent/-ente/mauvais/-aise etc.

every bit as pretty as her sister
en tout point aussi jolie que sa sœur
to bits
into small pieces
en (petits) morceaux

Melanie tore the letter to bits.
Mélanie déchira la lettre en petits morceaux.

bit

bit /bɪt/ pt
see bite

(Übersetzung von “bit” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

bit

noun /bit/

a small piece

(petit) morceau
a bit of bread.

a piece of any size

petit
a bit of advice.

a short time

un peu
Wait a bit longer.

(computers) the smallest unit of memory.

bit
bitty adjective

made up of small, unrelated pieces

décousu
The match was very bitty with lots of stoppages for injuries to the players.
His essay was rather bitty.
bit by bit

gradually

peu à peu
Move the pile of rocks bit by bit.
do one’s bit

to take one’s share in a task

faire sa part
Each of us will have to do his bit if we are to finish the job soon.
in ( to bits)

in(to) usually small pieces

en morceaux/pièces (détachées)
The broken mirror lay in bits on the floor
He loves taking his car to bits.

bit

noun /bit/

the part of a bridle which a horse holds in its mouth.

mors

(Übersetzung von “bit” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)