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Translation of "bite" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

bite

noun (USE TEETH)     /baɪt/
[C] when you bite something 咬,叮 He took a bite (= bit a piece) out of the apple. 他咬了一口蘋果。 He had two bites of apple. 他咬了兩口蘋果。 Biting, chewing and swallowingEating [C] a sore place or injury where an animal or insect has bitten you 咬傷;叮痕 Injuring and injuries [S] when a fish bites the hook (= curved piece of wire) on the end of a fishing line and is caught (魚的)吞餌 FishingCommercial fishing have a bite to eat ( also have a quick bite) informal to eat some food or a small meal 吃點兒東西 EatingBiting, chewing and swallowing
(Definition of bite noun (USE TEETH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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