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titbitnoun [C]

uk   /ˈtɪt.bɪt/  us   /ˈtɪt.bɪt/ UK (US tidbit)
a ​smallpiece of ​interestinginformation, or a ​smalldish of pleasant-tasting ​food: Our ​guide gave us some ​interesting titbits about the ​history of the ​castle. This ​magazine is ​full of juicy titbits (= ​smallpieces of ​interestinginformation, ​especially about other people's ​privatelives). Grandma always has a few titbits for the ​children if they're ​visiting at ​lunchtime.
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