a little, a few, a jot
some of the other, but not necessarily an entire portion
1. to a small degree; somewhat; "it's a bit warm"; "felt a little better"; "a trifle smaller"
(synonym) a little, a trifle
modest sum of money: "Reg had a bit on the winner of the last race; Ann was left a bit when her grandmother died" statement to somebody who has just farted loudly in public
(sport) unpleasant experience, troublesome accident, bad trot sexual intercourse sexual relations outside of a marriage or monogamous relationship unfair or unjust smelly to give someone a hard time
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