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  1. bite

    • IPA[bʌɪt]

    英式

    • v.
      (of a person or animal) use the teeth to cut into something;use the teeth in order to inflict injury on
    • n.
      an act of biting something in order to eat it;a wound inflicted by an animal's or a person's teeth
    • noun: bite, plural noun: bites

    • verb: bite, 3rd person present: bites, gerund or present participle: biting, past tense: bit, past participle: bitten

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a person or animal) use the teeth to cut into something:

      she was biting a slice of bread

      the woman's arm was bitten off by an alligator

    • 2. use the teeth in order to inflict injury on:

      he was chased and bitten by a police dog

      she had bitten, scratched, and kicked her assailant

    • 3. (of a snake, insect, or spider) wound with fangs, pincers, or a sting:

      while on holiday she was bitten by an adder

    • 4. (of an acid) corrode a surface:

      chemicals have bitten deep into the stone

    • 5. (of a fish) take the bait or lure on the end of a fishing line into the mouth:

      I marvel at how easily and eagerly a chub will bite

    • 6. be persuaded to accept a deal or offer:

      a hundred or so retailers should bite

    • 7. annoy or worry:

      what's biting you today?

    • 8. (of a tool, tyre, boot, etc.) grip or take hold on a surface:

      once on the slab, my boots failed to bite

    • 9. (of an object) press into a part of the body, causing pain:

      the handcuffs bit into his wrists

    • 10. cause emotional pain:

      Cheryl's betrayal had bitten deep

    • 11. (of a policy or situation) take effect, with unpleasant consequences:

      the cuts in art education were starting to bite

    • 12. be very bad, unpleasant, or unfortunate:

      it bites that your mom won't let you go

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of biting something in order to eat it:

      Stephen ate a hot dog in three big bites

    • 2. a wound inflicted by an animal's or a person's teeth:

      Percy's dog had given her a nasty bite

    • 3. a wound inflicted by a snake, insect, or spider:

      my legs were covered in mosquito bites

    • 4. an instance of bait being taken by a fish:

      by four o'clock he still hadn't had a single bite

    • 5. the bringing together of the teeth so that the jaws are closed.
    • 6. an imprint of the position of the teeth when the jaws are closed, made in a plastic material.
    • 7. a piece cut off by biting:

      Robyn took a large bite out of her sandwich

    • 8. a quick snack:

      I plan to stop off in the village and have a bite to eat

    • 9. a small morsel of prepared food, intended to constitute one mouthful:

      bacon bites with cheese

    • 10. a short piece of information.
    • 11. a sharp or pungent flavour:

      a fresh, lemony bite

    • 12. incisiveness or cogency of style:

      the tale has added bite if its characters appear to be real

    • 13. a feeling of cold in the air or wind:

      by early October there's a bite in the air

    • v. past participle of bite

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    • v. past participle of bite

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    • adj. (of a piece of food) small enough to be eaten in one mouthful:

    • cut the potatoes into bite-sized pieces

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    • adj. (of a piece of food) small enough to be eaten in one mouthful:

    • cut the potatoes into bite-sized pieces

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    • n. a small red mark on the skin caused by the bite of a flea.

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    • n. a small red mark on the skin caused by the bite of a gnat:

    • vinegar is good for gnat bites and spots

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    • n. a small red mark caused by the bite of an insect:

    • many plants are used to soothe insect bites

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    • n. lack of occlusion of the front teeth when the jaw is closed normally.

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    • IPA[bīt]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a person or animal) use the teeth to cut into something:
    • she was biting a slice of bread

      the woman's arm was bitten off by an alligator

    • n.
      an act of biting something in order to eat it:
    • Stephen ate a hot dog in three big bites

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