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NOUN   le bit | les bits
NOUN   a bit | bits
VERB  to bite | bit | bitten ... 
SYNO   bit | spot | piece | snatch | bite ... 
inform. bit {m}bit
équi. mors {m}bit
équi. râtelier {m}bit
bout {m} [petit morceau]bit [small amount]
2 Words: Nouns
outil. foret {m}drill bit
outil. mèche {f} [foret]drill bit
chouia {m} [fam.]tiny bit
tantinet {m} [fam.]tiny bit
3 Words: Others
légèrement ivre {adj}a bit tipsy [Br.]
progressivement {adv}bit by bit
au compte-gouttes {adv}bit by bit
pas du tout {adv}not a bit
passablement {adv} [considérablement]quite a bit [coll.] [drink, worry]
3 Words: Verbs
théâtre faire de la figurationto do bit parts
3 Words: Nouns
un brin {m} dea bit of
zeste {m} de chance [fig.]bit of luck
4 Words: Others
un (tout) petit peu {adv}a tiny weeny bit [coll.]
rongeant son frein {adj} {pres-p} [fam.]champing at the bit [coll.]
4 Words: Verbs
battre la breloque [fam.] [personne]to be a bit batty [coll.]
avoir un (petit) grain [fam.]to be a bit loony [coll.]
pol. faire de la figuration [en politique] [fam.]to be a bit player [coll.]
ronger son frein [fig.] [loc.]to champ at the bit [fig.] [idiom]
4 Words: Nouns
escapade {f}bit on the side [coll.]
5+ Words: Others
fin. Je suis un peu gêné ce mois-ci.I'm a bit short of money this month.
loc. Ça a été la douche écossaise.It came as a bit of a shock.
C'est mal barré. [fam.]It's looking a bit iffy. [coll.]
C'est surprenant !That's a bit of a surprise!
5+ Words: Verbs
fin. être gêné aux entournures [fam.] [fig.] [être à court d'argent]to be a bit hard up
piaffer d'impatienceto be champing at the bit [idiom] [fig.]
prendre de la brioche [fam.] [fig.] [loc.] [homme]to develop a bit of a tummy [coll.] [man]
taquiner le goujon [fam.]to do a bit of fishing
donner du mou à qn. [fig.]to give sb. a bit of leeway
laisser du mou à qn. [fig.]to give sb. a bit of leeway
courir la gueuse [fam.] [vieux] [péj.]to go looking for a bit of skirt [coll.]
donner du mou à qn. [fig.]to let sb. have a bit of leeway
laisser du mou à qn. [fig.]to let sb. have a bit of leeway
méd. avoir mauvaise mineto look a bit off-color [Am.]
méd. avoir mauvaise mineto look a bit off-colour [Br.]
faire une drôle de tête [fig.]to make a bit of a face
équi. prendre le mors aux dentsto take the bit between its teeth
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