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bit

noun [C] (AMOUNT) 数量     /bɪt/
informal a small piece or amount of something 小块;少许,少量 Would you like a bit of chocolate? 你想来点儿巧克力吗? The glass smashed into little bits. 玻璃杯摔成了小碎片。 There were bits of paper all over the floor. 地板上到处都是碎纸片。 She tries to do a bit of exercise every day. 她试着每天都锻炼一下。 Words meaning small pieces and amounts
a bit informal
a short period of time 一小会儿 I'm just going out for a bit. See you later. 我正要出去一小会儿,回头见。 Short in timeTemporary
a bit of sth
a slight but not serious amount or type of something 有点儿 Maria's put on a bit of weight, hasn't she? 玛丽亚长胖了一点儿,对吧? It's a bit of a nuisance. 真让人有点儿烦。 He's a bit of a prat. 他有点儿傻。 Words meaning small pieces and amounts
a bit ...
slightly 稍微,有点儿 The dress is a bit too big for me. 这件衣服我穿有点儿大。 That was a bit silly, wasn't it? 那有点儿蠢,对吗? I'm a bit nervous. 我有点儿紧张。 I was hoping there'd be some food - I'm a bit hungry. 我希望能有些吃的——我有点儿饿了。 Would you like a bit more cake? 你想再来点儿蛋糕吗? It's a bit like a Swiss chalet. 它有点儿像瑞士木造农舍。 Some and quite
UK very 很,非常 Blimey, it's a bit cold! 哎呀,天很冷呀! And she didn't invite him? That was a bit mean! 她没有邀请他吗?这太不像话了! Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
bit by bit
gradually 一点一点地,逐渐地 I saved up the money bit by bit. 这钱是我一点一点积攒下来的。 Slow and moving slowly
not a bit
not in any way 丝毫不,一点也不 She wasn't a bit worried about her exams. 她丝毫不担心考试。 My parents were not a bit happy (= were very unhappy) about my choice. 我父母对我的选择很不满意。 "Are you getting tired?" "Not a bit." “你累了吗?”“一点也不累。” Yes, no and not
quite a bit
a lot 许多;相当多 She's got quite a bit of money. 她已经很有钱了。 Masses and large amounts of things
to bits
into small pieces 成碎片;变成小块 The car was blown to bits. 汽车被炸成碎片。 It just fell to bits in my hands. 它在我手上已变成碎片。 Tearing and breaking into pieces
(Definition of bit noun (AMOUNT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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