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Meanings of Bistro:

noun

A small, inexpensive restaurant.

Usage examples:

You can stay in a hotel or inn in old quebec, enjoy a myriad of restaurants, bistros, sidewalk cafe…

Meanings of Bistros:

noun

A small, inexpensive restaurant.

Usage examples:

You can stay in a hotel or inn in old quebec, enjoy a myriad of restaurants, bistros, sidewalk cafe…

Meanings of Bisulfate:

noun

A salt of the anion hso4−.

Meanings of Bisulphate:

noun

A salt of the anion hso4−.

Meanings of Bit:

noun

A small piece, part, or quantity of something.

Usage examples:

Give the duck a bit of bread
verb

Past of bite.

Meanings of Bit by bit:

idiom

A little bit at a time

phrase

Gradually.

Usage examples:

Bit by bit the truth started to emerge

Meanings of Bit-of-luck:

idiom

Used before describing an event or a result that you are hoping for

Usage examples:

With any luck (= i hope that) we should get to newcastle by early evening.

Meanings of Bit-on-the-side:

idiom

A sexual relationship with someone who is not married to you, or the person you have the relationship with

Usage examples:

We've thought for a while that he was having a bit on the side.

Meanings of Bit-part:

noun

A small and unimportant part in a film or a play

Bitch

bɪtʃ

Meanings of Bitch:

noun

A female dog, wolf, fox, or otter.

Usage examples:

A female puppy or bitch reaches sexual maturity at roughly the same age as a male; however, there a…
verb

Make spitefully critical comments.

Usage examples:

Everybody was bitching about their colleagues

Meanings of Bitched:

verb

Make spitefully critical comments.

Usage examples:

Everybody was bitching about their colleagues
noun

A female dog, wolf, fox, or otter.

Usage examples:

A female puppy or bitch reaches sexual maturity at roughly the same age as a male; however, there a…

Meanings of Bitchery:

noun

Malicious or spiteful behaviour.

Usage examples:

The whole place floats on a sea of brilliant bitchery.

Meanings of Bitches:

noun

A female dog, wolf, fox, or otter.

Usage examples:

A female puppy or bitch reaches sexual maturity at roughly the same age as a male; however, there a…
verb

Make spitefully critical comments.

Usage examples:

Everybody was bitching about their colleagues

Meanings of Bitchier:

adjective

Malicious or spitefully critical.

Usage examples:

Bitchy remarks

Meanings of Bitchiest:

adjective

Malicious or spitefully critical.

Usage examples:

Bitchy remarks

Meanings of Bitchiness:

noun

Unkind behaviour towards someone, especially by saying unpleasant things about them

Usage examples:

There was a lot of bitchiness between the teenagers., beware of stereotypes about the alleged bitch…

Meanings of Bitching:

noun

The action or practice of making spitefully critical comments.

Usage examples:

It's only right that they halt their bitching and backstabbing to mourn his passing
adjective

Excellent.

Usage examples:

A bitching new album
adverb

Extremely.

Usage examples:

It's bitchin' hot, ain't it?
verb

Make spitefully critical comments.

Usage examples:

Everybody was bitching about their colleagues

Meanings of Bitchy:

adjective

Malicious or spitefully critical.

Usage examples:

Bitchy remarks

Meanings of Bite:

verb

(of a person or animal) use the teeth to cut into or through something.

Usage examples:

He bit off a piece of cheese
noun

An act of biting something in order to eat it.

Usage examples:

Stephen ate a hot dog in three big bites

Meanings of Bite more than can chew:

idiom

To try to do something that is too difficult for you

Usage examples:

I think he's bitten off more than he can chew taking all those classes.

Meanings of Bite off more than you can chew:

phrase

Take on a commitment one cannot fulfil.

Usage examples:

Serves him right for biting off more than he could chew
idiom

To try to do something that is too difficult for you

Usage examples:

I think he's bitten off more than he can chew taking all those classes.

Meanings of Bite the bullet:

To force yourself to perform an unpleasant or difficult action or to be brave in a difficult situation

Usage examples:

I decided i had to bite the bullet and take a couple of math classes even though i knew they were h…
phrase

Decide to do something difficult or unpleasant that one has been putting off or hesitating over.

Usage examples:

Decisions have to be taken and as director you have got to bite the bullet

Meanings of Bite the hand that feeds you:

phrase

Deliberately hurt or offend a benefactor.

Usage examples:

It's funny to hear a filmmaker bite the hand that feeds.
idiom

To act badly towards the person who is helping or has helped you

Meanings of Bite-back:

phrasal verb

To stop yourself from saying something or from expressing an emotion

Usage examples:

Bite back tears/laughter

Meanings of Bite-into:

phrasal verb

To reduce the number or amount of something

Usage examples:

Investment in product development has bitten into the company's profits.

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