- 1(Of a piece of food) small enough to be eaten in one mouthful: cut the potatoes into bite-sized piecesMore example sentences
- The design of the combined fork and knife makes it possible to cut bite-sized pieces of most foods with the use of only one hand.
- The female usually feeds the chicks by tearing the food into bite-sized pieces.
- It was a matriciana sauce with cream and bacon and went well with gnocchi (mini bite-size potato dumplings).
- 1.1 • informal Very small or short: a series of bite-sized essaysMore example sentences
- In terms of other messages, I think quick choice making, making sure that input is in short, bite-sized chunks, that using technology and multi-modal learning styles is introduced.
- These bite-sized essays, each a mere fifteen or twenty pages long, often impress one as serious philosophical achievements even when they are read piecemeal, as they were written.
- The specific subject of each essay was useful, and the first recommendation I would make on this book was that these bite-size essays provide an excellent crib for writers new to the teaching game.
More definitions of bite-sizedDefinition of bite-sized in:
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