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Meaning of “the whole bit” in the English Dictionary

"the whole bit" in British English

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the whole bit

UK (US the whole enchilada, the whole nine yards) informal the whole of something, ​including everything that is ​related to it: He's into ​jogging, ​squash, ​aerobics, the whole ​exercisebit.
(Definition of the whole bit from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"the whole bit" in American English

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the whole bit

(also the whole shebang, the whole thing) everything ​related to an ​activity or ​idea: He’s got a ​fancystove, ​gourmet cookware, the whole shebang. I ​fellasleep and ​missed the whole thing.
(Definition of the whole bit from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the whole bit”
in Chinese (Simplified) 全套, 全部…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全套, 全部…
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