bit

Pronunciation:  US [bɪt] UK [bɪt]
  • n.Drill bit; Bit; Small pieces; Snaffle bit
  • v.Inhibition; "Bite" the past tense and the past participle; (M) teeth on the
  • WebPeople; Bits; In a bit

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