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bite

noun
 
 
/baɪt/
PIECE OF FOOD [C] B2 a piece taken from food when you bite it: She took a bite from her pizza.Biting, chewing and swallowingEating
INJURY [C] B2 an injury caused when an animal or insect bites you: mosquito bitesAnimal (non-human) behaviour
a bite a small meal: I just want to grab a bite to eat.Meals and parts of meals
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