...going to play a little bit
''quite'' vs ''a little bit''
'A little'/ 'A bit'/ 'A little bit'
'I've done a bit of Latin in my time . . . but I can control it.'
'quite a bit less/more' (why not 'quite less/more'?)
(can't) speak a bit / a little of Italian
(far, way, a bit, a little, a few) + too many
(Not straight) it is tilted/leaning /sloping (up/down a bit)?
2 minutes ago is equivalent to a little bit earlier
a bit [of] understanding of the idea
a bit & a bit of
a bit ahead in one place and falling a little behind somewhere else
A bit cold in the year
a bit delicate and a bit tender
a bit different(ly) than it <worked / have worked> before
a bit difficult situation
a bit fat but otherwise lovely and very talented
a bit hectic
a bit higher?
a bit ill
"A bit lighter/heavier!" (Use less/more strength thumping my back )
a bit machined
A bit mixed up with "hold back"
a bit more
A bit more clear(er)
a bit more going on
a bit more open
a bit more smoke than fire
a bit more to it than that
"a bit niche"
a bit of
A bit of .......
a bit of (an) accent
a bit of / quite / much of NOUN meaning
A bit of a [something]
"a bit of a + noun" vs. "a bit of + noun"
A bit of a belter
A bit of a bust
a bit of a challenge/challenging
a bit of a chat
a bit of a cold, why a
a bit of a con
A Bit Of A Diva
a bit of a do
a bit of a faff
a bit of a hawks
a bit of a joke
A Bit Of A Let Down
a bit of a problem
A bit of a rip, is he?
a bit of a sponge
A bit of a tip
a bit of a tragic figure
A bit of advanced notice
a bit of all right: sexually attractive (and about things?)
a bit of bark off
a bit of bread
a bit of calculation
a bit of debate
a bit of form
a bit of Freud, a bit of Shae Rags.
a bit of ham
a bit of herbs- count or uncount
a bit of income
a bit of lip off anyone
a bit of padding [body weight]
a bit of perhaps we better had
a bit of rough [British-only?]
A bit of slackness and complacency can creep in.
a bit of spit & licks of the brush
a bit of string
a bit of sugar-bag
a bit of water
a bit of, a bit, and a little bit
a bit of/an iota of
a bit off
a bit off
a bit off
a bit on one side
A bit on the nose
A bit or quite
a bit round the bend -- origin
a bit rushed
"a bit special"
a bit stashed away
"A bit tight with time"
a bit too crazy about this
a bit too good to be strictly true
a bit tricky...
A bit vs a bit of
A bit vs a little
a bit weird, <to say the least>
a bit whipsey
a bit/a small doubt
A bit/little on the + adjective + side
a bit+negative adj, quite/very+positive adj
a clever bit of running
a good bit
a good bit of work
a little (bit)
A little (bit) more
a little / a bit in negative
a little and a little bit
a little bit
a little bit
A little bit
A little bit
A little bit
a little bit / a little bit a [article use]
a little bit + (noun) or (adjective) ?
a little bit angry
a little bit big
A little bit busy
A little bit full on
a little bit long period
a little bit long period
A little bit long sentence
a little bit more
A Little Bit Of
a little bit of a room
a little bit of both
a little bit of division
A little bit of everything is burning
a little bit of humility goes a long way
a little bit of that box
a little bit of wee fun
a little bit older
a little bit or a few bits
a little bit <some> first
a little bit to the back
a little bit to the top
a little bit too much absinthe
a little faster or a little bit faster
a little more/ a little bit difference
A little vs a little bit
a little/a bit/a little bit
A little/bit higher
A man’s a poor bit of a wastrel blown about.
a nasty bit o' trouble
A rat done bit my sister Nell
a sleek bit of mink
a sweep like you t' throw in a man's teeth about a bit o' horse-stealin'
A tad / a bit / a little
A tid bit nipply
a touch nervous/a bit nervous
A two-bit hood
A word which means "practicing a bit"
Actually, it's a little bit different.
adds a bit more emphasis to
adjective + a little bit
adventure story with a bit of a survival guide
After six years, it's only a bit more than half
Aiming a bit high?
Air’s getting a bit thin up here.
All a bit of a fiddle
all man, with a bit of animal thrown in.
all that's a bit above my head
alongside one's prayer and devotion makes be a bit dubious of that church
An' I wouldn' <say no teh> a bit o' yer birthday cake
And now for something a bit different!
Anything <for> a bit of warm-heartedness
As an older sister you're quite a bit to live up to
"At all", "For the life of mine", "One bit" and "A wink"
BE: He's a bit cheesy for my taste
being a little bit cuckoo
bit a nail in two
Bit like having a soundtrack to your life.
Bit of a character assassination on old King
bit of a d***
bit of a disadvantage
Bit of a drive for her
bit of a factor
Bit of a hip gone
Bit of a novice when it came to charting aquatic courses
Bluntly bawdy if a bit familiar [...]
Both sensually a bit doggy and humiliating
Break it off a bit (popsicle)
by a little bit
by quite a bit
call a bit off the set or on the set they have cleared beautifully
catch up a little bit
chew every mouthful thirty times because their guts are so narrow, a bit as big as a pea would give
chilly - a little bit cold, moderately cold
clinched/clench up a little bit
Come off the road a little bit
could use a bit of work
Could you please make yourself clear? could you please explain yourself a bit more?
Could you tell me a bit more about you? Direct or Indirect Question
cut back a bit on red meats
Die a bit of death
Diferences "quite easier" "quite a bit easier"
divil a bit
do a bit more of a leg or an arm
do a bit of a wider fit?
Does "quite a bit" make sense?
Don't you wish English grammar would be/was/were a bit....
drop a bit deeper
Egad//Divil's a bit/faith and troth
Even (being) a bit later would be OK
Every bit/ quite a bit/ quite
Everything looks a bit soft
exercise a bit of charity
fair bit, quite a lot
"Fairies" series: a bit of laugh broke off
fairly = a bit??
fairly/ quite /a bit /absolutely awful
feel a little bit of poker about something
Feeling a bit arty
feeling a bit shagged and fagged and fashed
feeling a bit sick
For a bit
Gave me a bit of a turn, I don't mind admitting it
get a bit of a scent about
Get a bit on the side
get one into a bit of fix
Girl with a bit of trunk
Give a bit a star is born
give a bit of a battering
give her a bit of rural cred
go and drop a bit on a bird
go for a (little) bit walk / go for a walk a (little) bit
going off the idea a bit
Got a bit of
got a bit of his
got off to a bit of a start
grooming - a bit dated?
had a bit of surgery
Had a little bit juice on it
Have a bit of
have a bit of a break
have a bit of a thing
have a bit on the ball
have been feeling/have felt/felt a bit depressed
having the BJP come across as <being> a bit unholy on cows
He always was a bit of a lad vs He always was a bit of a boy
He fished a bit of paper from his pocket and studied it.
He is a bit of a grumpy person.
He was bit or bitten by a mosquito?
He was standing a bit far off us.
He's got a little bit of me
he's got a wee bit of size on me
he’d been wanting to do for a bit anyway.
Head over <in> a little bit
Highly efficient, if a bit invisible
His body’s a bit on the forehead [forehand] (horse)
his circle of able intimates...A bit of slackness
hit me up in a bit
hold it a little bit to the bottom
I (had) studied a little bit before the exam
I always wanted to be different. I was a bit of a... hairbrush princess (...) Think I'm a pop star.
I am a bit headache.
I am feeling a bit cold after staying out for long. My legs have become cold .
I bit a piece off the cake/I bit a piece of the cake off
I bit <off/from> meat from a bone
I can speak a lit bit of Chinese. I can speak Chinese but a little bit.
I care little/ a bit
I did my ponytail a little bit ahead
I did notice my ears got a bit more warm than I care for
I don't care if it is a bit of a squeeze
I feel a bit like obligated. Like a moral obligation
I feel a bit of a fool
I feel like I am a little bit empowered
I felt like getting a bit of culture.
I got a little bit on the line here.
I got bit by a dog.
I got on here with a bit of contriving
I had to be <bodily> aware of them and a bit tender to them
I had to do <a good bit of coaxing>, with him too
I have a bit of the Irishman in me.
I hear you’ve got a bit of a scare.
I hope I could help you guys a little bit and great that yo
I love mornings, 'if just they could come a bit later',...
I love my job. It's a bit of a hobby to me.
I might help you a <bit but> keep in mind...
I need something a bit more creative
I never went back on a good bit of f***ing, myself
I see you are being a bit reserved; be open
I should have clicked a bit lower
I thought she milked it a bit
I was doing a bit to camera.
I was jus' a little bit off
I will probably pull a little bit longer at work
I wish it were/would be a bit warmer.
I wish it would be / was a bit warmer
I wouldn't be a bit surprised.
I'd like to write you / to you a bit about...
I'll be a bit incoherent...
I'll do it in a little bit
I'll see you in just a bit.
I'm a bit off it
I'm a bit to the left on that one.
I'm Brazilian with a bit spanish
I've been ill and the treatment is a bit rough
I've got a bit of a dodgy stomach [have got]
I’m a little bit impressed
I’ve got lodging in a bit of an old cottage in Engine Row very decent
If anything he's just bad at math a little bit.
If it bit you in the ass : a less colloquial equivalent to it?
improve a little bit
In a bit to
Is the word "indigenous" a bit impolite?
It does take one a bit short.
It is a bit of a challenge
It is a bit regretful...
It sounds a bit like Mrs Bedlington to me
it's a bit like sugar
it's a bit of a learning curve
It's a bit slack
It's a case of the biter bit
It's always a tricky bit of water.
It's seen a bit of mileage
it’s a fine evening for a bit of a magg
it’s all a bit stiff and clean for me
just a little bit more
just a little bit of airbrushing
knock on / knocking on a bit [grow old]
knock yourself a little bit up
knocks it a bit cock-eyed
leave us a bit on account
Let the idea wash over you for a bit
let's take it a little bit easier on that
let's zoom out a bit
lighten it up a bit
Lighten this load a bit?
likes walking a bit
Linky bit of a song
look a bit blue around the gills
Look inside your tiny mind and look a little bit harder
<May I?> come in to work a bit later tomorrow? [Is there an informal way to ask for permission?]
Me and God is a bit uppish, somehow
might be a bit cleaner
might be a bit tight for me
Money—you needed a little bit, but it wasn’t important
More than a bit like
most men are so doggy, a bit shameful
mumble a bit
my back would have been up a little bit less
My English is a bit rusty.
My last one bit the dust when a substitute took over for me.
My, that looks a bit of a beast
Not a bit less
not a little/not a bit
on a bit of a break
on a bit of admin
open or close it a little bit.
opposite of "a bit much"
Or your uncle is a bit of a tight-arse
Pain, mixed with a bit of distance
park the car a bit away from ....
people who with the greatest respect to them are a bit unhappy
Please take side/get side/move a bit sideways
Pru gave you a bit of a working-over
puddling a bit beneath the window
push a little bit
put a bit in a horse's mouth
quite a bit
quite a bit + adjective
quite a bit more
quite a bit of day to get through
quite a bit of something
quite a bit revelation
quite a bit without
quite a bit, quite a lot
quite a bit/quite of it
Rewind the video a bit or play the last scene again
run a bit to trick earrings
See you 'in a bit'
seen a bit of mileage
Seven-o’clock blowers a bit sin’.
shave a little bit the cost<;?> seeing that I'm a return patient [semi-colon?]
She cut her hair a bit / a little
she despised me a bit, for being so pleased about it, and bringin’ her her breakfast in bed sometime
she felt a bit of sensuality still, but what a weary, tired, worn-out sensuality
She gave up a little bit of dirt
She is a bit of a dits [ditz]
she <pushed a bit of> forget-me-not in the dark hair of his breast
she was a little bit rock and roll
She'd rather it was/were a little bit harder
She's a bit of an old trouser [old trout]
she's a little bit off to me
she's had just a little bit too much to drink
Sherm had had a bit of Mrs. Bain’s compulsion trouble
sit down a bit
slide the table a bit forward
slide the window a little bit
Slipping a bit as the trail dipped into the saddle of the forgotten church
Smell/look/appear a little bit funny
So girl I'm flirting with a little over text is being a bit
So I’m a bit of a waste ticket by myself
<So!> There tha’rt bare again, nowt but a bare-arsed lass an’ a bit of a Lady Jane
some more/ a little more/ a little bit more
some of the locals find weathering the storm a bit of a thrill
someone who doesn't like even a bit of illogical development
somewhat / a little bit not good
sought me out quite a bit
Sounds a bit of a?
Sounds like you could use a bit of XYZ time
speed up a little bit
spoil/destroy/ruin a little bit
"Squat a bit please." (taking a photo, so that I can see the man's face behind the listener )
stand a bit of dying
stand/step a bit forward
Stay a bit longer, guys
Stop a bit! or Watch it now!
strong-willed and a bit rough
suggests a bit of softness
sweated a lot / sweated a little bit
Ta’e the thick wi’ th’ thin. This wor a bit o’ thin for once
"take a bit more convincing"
take a bit of fire
take a little bit of that
take it out of commision for a bit
Take to a bit
"talk a little more of" VS "talk a little bit about"
That bit of a kick
That was a bit of a "drive-by"
that's a bit
That's a bit of reach.
That's a bit rich, coming from you!
that's one bit of good news in a sea of bad news.
The accommodations on board the boat are a bit cramped.
the boys have done a bit of bird
the burden of proof has shifted a bit
The buzz from the bees is that the leopards are in a bit of a spot
The Christmas tree might have caught a little bit on fire.
the exams are closer and closer, what/which makes me a bit nervous
the house seems a bit too old
The interior design is beautiful but a bit feminine
The language barrier has closed quite a bit
the least you could do is <to?> put a little bit of it ....
The Lord blew a bit too soon on the spark
the meaning of in a bit
The one a bit thin/That one? A bit thin
The woman is <a birdy bit of a thing> who loves anything superior
there is a bit of catching up to do
There was a soft rustling of shrubbery a bit of <a way> behind us.
There's a bit [soup]
There's a bit of a learning curve.
there's a bit of that going around
they had a bit of a <holy fear> of me
they hummed a bit too much to suit him
they might as well ride on top for a bit
Things can get a bit agitated when you pull them in <fast> the way I did
Things will get a bit hectic
This news <of sampath's/ of sampath> is a bit worrying, isn't it?
this next meeting could run a little bit deadly
This one’s a bit shook.
Tie-in seems a bit far-fetched
to be a bit more together person
to be a little bit surprised
to bring a bit of simple to the more
To chafe a bit around the middle section
to get a bit, so as to say
to get on in years, to be a bit past it
To have a bit on her mind
to have been around a bit
To make a bit
To save a bit of time
to spread oneself a bit
touches a little bit of grief and a little bit of romance
trying to get a bit too familiar
two and a bit
understand a bit/a little/some
Using a bit/a little bit/a tad/a little as adverbs that modify verbs
Very little bit of money up front you're gonna pay a little bit more
wait a bit
Wait a bit!-‘Ay, it’s me!’
Was fun to make something a little bit different.
we did a bit of a count
We should just riff on that a little bit
We slid a bit during the first three weeks of filming
We took a little bit out of the veggies
We'll move the machines out a little bit
We've had a bit more money and that
"what did i do " and "he has been taling about you.A bit annoying"
What does "all a bit" mean?
What does "loose" mean in "your heart is a bit loose"?
What does "perspective" mean in the phrase "a bit of perspective"
What if it rained and you felt a bit glandy?
What's the humorous way to say belly fat that appears a little bit?
what's the word for a person who is little bit fat?
Whether you'd tell us is a bit of a question.
Why are you asking this? (For questions I am a bit confused of)
With a bit of an edge
with a bit of French and German, very much up aloft
With the Aborigine Peter learns a bit of the language...
worry a bit of debris
Would you be up for doing a bit of an interview for us?
Would you mind if I put my seat a little bit backwards?
Would you mind introducing a little bit about yourself
wouldn't know a suspect if <one> bit him on the arse
wrangle a bit more freedom
You brought a little bit yourself.
You can't beat a bit of bully!
You could tell this guy had been around a bit by ...
You cut it a bit thin
you get bit a lot
you got a bit too much of a good thing
you have to bear with me a little bit here
You look plum a bit??
you need to let the sail out a bit more
You seem a bit under cloud, anything happened?
You’re a bit crooked
Your audio is a bit funky
your husband was the sort who got a bit too free with his fists
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