bit

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bit

noun

Definition of BIT

2
a broken or irregular part of something that often remains incomplete <bits of cookie scattered on the table>
Synonyms bit, fraction, piece, scrap
4
an indefinite but usually short period of time <this will only take a bit>
Synonyms bit, space, spell, stretch
5
a performance regularly presented by an individual or group <known for a comedic bit in which she portrayed a very nervous student driver>
Synonyms bit, number, routine, shtick (also schtick or shtik), turn
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6
something that is pleasing to eat because it is rare or a luxury <wielding silver trays, the servers offered partygoers a variety of exotic-looking bits>
Synonyms bit, cate [archaic], dainty, delectable, goody (or goodie), kickshaw, tidbit (also titbit), treat, viand

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