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a bit

Definition of a bit in English:

Somewhat; to some extent: he came back looking a bit annoyed
More example sentences
  • I must admit to finding it a bit slow to begin with and rather drawn out in some places.
  • This goes some way to explaining why my cupboard is a bit bare when it comes to clothes.
  • They are a good side but we were a bit better and hopefully this result shows we are now on our way.
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