biter

UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈbaɪtəʳ/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(bītər)


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Sense: Noun: small quantity
Synonyms:
piece , fragment, crumb , drop , dot , trickle , particle, fraction, jot (informal), hint , tiny amount, small quantity, spot (informal), sprinkling, modicum, dab, morsel, pinch , trifle , dash , speck , grain , sliver, tad (informal), splinter , portion , droplet, driblet, snip, shred , shard, segment, section , slice , shaving, trace , share , part , sample , specimen , flake , excerpt , scrap , division , touch , smidgen (informal), smidgin (informal), smidgeon (informal), item , bite , dose , peanuts (slang), chicken feed (slang), drop in the ocean (slang)
Antonyms:
lot , bucket , boatload, heap , mountain , ton (informal), bunch (informal), great deal, oversupply, abundance, excess , chunk , whole piece, hunk , slab
Sense: Noun: brief time - preceded by 'a', informal
Synonyms:
second , instant , minute , little while, short while, jiffy (UK, informal), moment , brief time, short spell, flash , while
Antonyms:
long time, eternity , forever , ages, years, centuries, yonks (slang)
Sense: Noun: drill
Synonyms:
drill , drill bit, rock drill, auger, borer, trepan
Sense: Noun: mouthpiece of a bridle
Synonyms:
bridle, curb , mouthpiece, curb bit, restraint , halter, gag , snaffle, tackle


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Sense: Verb: seize or sever with the teeth
Synonyms:
gnaw, chew , chew up, sink your teeth into, nibble on, take a bite, chomp, chomp on, chomp down, eat , gobble, gobble up, munch, munch on, chaw (US, informal), masticate, graze , crunch , mouth , nip , snap , clamp down, pierce
Sense: Noun: mouthful
Synonyms:
nibble , mouthful, morsel, forkful, spoonful, taste , snack , bit , chew , peck
Sense: Noun: quick meal - informal
Synonyms:
bite to eat (informal), something to eat, quick meal, some food, light meal, snack , lunch , supper , nibble , tea (UK), elevenses (UK), nosh, nosh-up (slang)
Sense: Noun: sharp sensation
Synonyms:
sting , prick , burn , twinge, pang, stabbing pain, griping pain, shooting pain
Sense: Noun: result of being bitten
Synonyms:
wound , injury , laceration, puncture wound, tooth marks, cut
Sense: Noun: zest
Synonyms:
zest , zing, punch , zip , kick , edge , zap, acidity, sharpness, tartness, harshness, bitterness
Sense: Noun: chill
Synonyms:
chill , nip , nippiness, iciness, briskness, frigidity, coldness, sharpness
Sense: Verb: take the bait - informal
Synonyms:
take the bait, rise to the bait, get hooked, swallow hook line and sinker (slang), be taken in, jump at
Sense: Verb: take a chance
Synonyms:
take a chance, take a risk, risk it, chance it, volunteer , be a victim, accept , ask
Sense: Verb: corrode
Synonyms:
corrode, eat away, wear away, cut into, erode, dissolve, consume , rust , oxidize, oxidise (UK), deteriorate, etch , engrave, decay , rot , decompose
Sense: Verb: cause pain
Synonyms:
cut at, burn , sting , hurt , sear, needle , pique
Sense: Verb: take effect
Synonyms:
take effect, be felt, work , produce results, kick in (informal), have the desired effect

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