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Traducción de "bit" - Diccionario Inglés-Español


noun /bit/
a small piece pedacito a bit of cheese.
a piece of any size pequeño a bit of advice.
a short time un poco, un poquito, un segundo Wait a bit longer.
(computing) the smallest unit of memory bit, unidad de información a 64-bit memory interface.
bitty adjective
(British, informal) made up of small, unrelated pieces fragmentado, poco coherente, descosido The match was very bitty with lots of stoppages for injuries to the players His essay was rather bitty.
bit by bit adverb
gradually poco a poco We moved the pile of rocks bit by bit.
do one’s bit
(informal) to take one’s share in a task poner de su parte, colaborar, hacer la debida contribución Everybody will have to do their bit if we are to finish the job on time.
in ( to bits)
in(to) usually small pieces (hecho) añicos/pedazos The broken mirror lay in bits on the floor He loves taking car engines to bits.
(Definition of bit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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