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bit
British English: /bɪt/
American English: /bɪt/

Translation of bit in Arabic:

past tense

noun/اسم

  • 1
    (piece of food, land, paper)
    a bit of cheese/wire
    قِطْعة جُبْنٍ \ سِلْكٍ
    every bit of dirt
    كُلّ قِطْعةٍ من التُرابِ
    to take a clock to bits
    فَكَّ أَجْزاءَ ساعةٍ
  • 2 [informal] (of time, money, information) See examples: a bit would you like a bit more?
    هل تُريدُ المَزيدَ؟
    we need a bit of time
    نَحْنُ بِحاجةٍ لِبَعْضِ الوَقْتِ
    a bit of advice with a bit of luck, we'll finish in an hour
    مع بَعْضِ الحَظِّ سَنَنْتَهي بعد ساعةٍ
    we did a bit of shopping
    تَسَوَّقْنا قَليلاً
    it won't do a bit of good
    لن يَنْفَعَ \ يُفيدَ بِشَيْءٍ
    wait a bit!
    انْتَظِرْ قَليلاً!
  • 3
    [informal] (section)
    this bit is brilliant!
    هذا الجُزْءُ رائِعٌ!
    the bit where the princess dies
    الجُزْء الّذي تَموتُ فيهِ الأَميرةُ
  • 5 (computing/الحوسبة)
    (رَقْم ثُنائيّ)

also: a bit adverbial phrase/عبارة ظرفية

  • [informal] (rather)
    a bit deaf/cold
    أَطْرَش \ بارِد قَليلاً
    she isn't a bit like me
    لا تُشْبِهُني مُطْلَقاً \ البَتّةَ
    quite a bit further/bigger
    أَبْعَد \ أَكْبَر بِكَثيرٍ
    it's a bit of a surprise
    هي مُفاجَأةٌ نَوْعاً ما

Idioms

bit by bit

جُزْئاً بِجُزْءٍ

bits and bobs

(British English/الإنكليزية البريطانية)
[informal]
أَشْياء

bits and pieces

أَشْياء

every bit as good/clever as somebody

(بِمَثابةِ شَخْصٍ في الطيبةِ \ الذَكاءِ)

not a bit of it!

[informal]
(لا) أَبَداً!
كَلاّ!

to do one's bit

أَدّى ما عَلَيْهِ

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