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I’m feeling a bit tired.
That was a bit stupid.
The second interview was a bit less formal than the first.
I’d like some sauce, but just a bit.
I know a bit of German.
With a bit of luck we should still be able to get there in time.
She had a little bit of money that her father had left her.
It appears that my letter has caused a bit of a problem.
She’s always been a bit of a mystery to me.
She didn’t want to be just his bit on the side.
You’d think he’d just give up, but not a bit of it.
This is the British English definition of bit. View American English definition of bit.