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Translation of "bite" - English-Spanish dictionary

bite

verb /bait/ ( past tense bit /bit/, past participle bitten /ˈbitn/)
to seize, grasp or tear (something) with the teeth or jaws
morder, picar (pez, etc)
The dog bit his leg He was bitten by a mosquito.
biting adjective very cold and causing discomfort
penetrante, cortante
a biting wind.
wounding or hurtful
mordaz, incisivo
a biting remark.
bite the dust (informal) to fail; to be unsuccessful
morder el polvo
That’s another scheme which has bitten the dust.
(Definition of bite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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