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Meanings of Bite-to-eat:

idiom

Some food

Usage examples:

You'll feel better once you've had a bite to eat.

Meanings of Biter:

noun

A person or animal that bites, especially habitually.

Usage examples:

The actor declined to press charges against the biter

Meanings of Biternate:

adjective

(especially of a ternate leaf) having leaflets or other parts that are further subdivided in a ternate arrangement.

Usage examples:

It follows that biternate leaves are doubly ternate, with the ternate divisions again ternately div…

Meanings of Biters:

noun

A person or animal that bites, especially habitually.

Usage examples:

The actor declined to press charges against the biter

Meanings of Bites:

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 Bithynian:

proper noun

The ancient name for the region of north-western asia minor west of ancient paphlagonia, bordering the black sea and the sea of marmara.

Meanings of Biting:

adjective

(of insects and certain other animals) able to wound the skin with a sting or fangs.

Usage examples:

A cream to ward off biting insects
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

A bite-sized piece of food; a small snack, appetizer, or canapé.

Usage examples:

The hotel bar serves cocktails and delicious bitings

Meanings of Bitmap:

noun

A representation in which each item corresponds to one or more bits of information, especially the information used to control the display of a computer screen.

Usage examples:

This version used bitmaps for each menu screen, rather than text-based menus.
verb

Represent (an item) as a bitmap.

Usage examples:

A bitmapped background

Meanings of Bitmapped:

verb

Represent (an item) as a bitmap.

Usage examples:

A bitmapped background
noun

A representation in which each item corresponds to one or more bits of information, especially the information used to control the display of a computer screen.

Usage examples:

This version used bitmaps for each menu screen, rather than text-based menus.

Meanings of Bitnet:

proper noun

A data transmission network founded in 1981 to link north american academic institutions and to interconnect with other information networks.

Meanings of Bitonal:

adjective

(of music) having parts in two different keys sounding together.

Usage examples:

Its bitonal ostinato and airy, whimsical melodies floating above create a convincing aural equivale…

Meanings of Bits:

noun

A small piece, part, or quantity of something.

Usage examples:

Give the duck a bit of bread
verb

Put a bit into the mouth of (a horse).

Usage examples:

However, they can experience behavioral problems when ridden, many coming back to bad experiences w…

Meanings of Bits-and-bobs:

phrase

Small things or jobs of different types

Usage examples:

There's a handy compartment for keys and gloves and bits and bobs., we've done a few bits and bobs …

Meanings of Bits-and-pieces:

idiom

Small things or jobs of different types

Meanings of Bitser:

noun

A contraption made from previously unrelated parts.

Usage examples:

Using what was available around my workshop, i put together a bitzer of an electric scooter

Meanings of Bitsy:

adjective

Very small; tiny.

Usage examples:

Itsy-bitsy candles that couldn't light the path of an ant

Meanings of Bitt:

noun

A pair of posts on the deck of a ship for fastening mooring lines or cables.

Meanings of Bitted:

verb

Put a bit into the mouth of (a horse).

Meanings of Bitten:

verb

Past participle of bite.

Meanings of Bitter:

adjective

Having a sharp, pungent taste or smell; not sweet.

Usage examples:

Raw berries have an intensely bitter flavour
noun

Beer that is strongly flavoured with hops and has a bitter taste, brewed by top fermentation.

Usage examples:

A pint of bitter

Meanings of Bitter pill to swallow:

phrase

An unpleasant or painful necessity to accept.

Usage examples:

‘it is a bitter pill to swallow but it is necessary to cut back and balance the books,’ he said.
idiom

Something that is very unpleasant but must be accepted

Usage examples:

Losing to a younger player was a bitter pill to swallow.

Meanings of Bitter-pill:

idiom

Something that is very unpleasant but must be accepted

Usage examples:

Losing to a younger player was a bitter pill to swallow.

Meanings of Bitterer:

adjective

Having a sharp, pungent taste or smell; not sweet.

Usage examples:

Raw berries have an intensely bitter flavour
noun

Beer that is strongly flavoured with hops and has a bitter taste, brewed by top fermentation.

Usage examples:

A pint of bitter

Meanings of Bitterest:

adjective

Having a sharp, pungent taste or smell; not sweet.

Usage examples:

Raw berries have an intensely bitter flavour
noun

Beer that is strongly flavoured with hops and has a bitter taste, brewed by top fermentation.

Usage examples:

A pint of bitter

Meanings of Bitterling:

noun

A small brightly coloured freshwater fish of central europe. the eggs are deposited inside a mussel, in which they are fertilized and the young eventually hatch.

Usage examples:

The european bitterling (rhodeus sericeus, cyprinidae) is a freshwater fish in which the quality of…

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