Definitions for a bit
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word a bit.
to a small degree; somewhat
"it's a bit warm"; "felt a little better"; "a trifle smaller"
To a small extent; in a small amount; rather.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'a bit' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1469
Rank popularity for the word 'a bit' in Written Corpus Frequency: #232
The numerical value of a bit in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of a bit in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of a bit in a Sentence
Starting or coming off the bench, either way is fine with me, we wanted to create a little bit more space on offense. I thought we did that and got some good looks.
I think we're both upset that this is the reality, but we feel it's important to address the reality, it's not a guarantee, but it's some measure we can take to feel just a little bit better about sticking him on that school bus every day.
He was a nice person, a sensitive person, a bit shy but somebody you can rely on. He was generous, someone who loved to laugh and joke, a cheeky little boy.
I knew I was ready for the heat but I wasn't ready for the humidity so I just had to keep on going and keep cool, keep that body temperature cool with a bit of ice and water down the back, it was kind of a survival of nutrition out there, instead of how fast you can go because at the end of the day it was so hot that it wasn't going to be a fast race.
While employment growth has been good, there is still quite a bit of slack in the labor market. People are finally coming back in off the sidelines.