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Synonyms:

a little a little bit


Adverb:

Adverb a bit (not comparable) To a small extent; in a small amount; rather. Isn't that hat a bit small for him? Could you move that up a bit?


Anagrams:

bait


Reference:

a bit

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Similar Words:

Other words similar to a bit can be found below:

1.a b c
2.a bad workman always blames his tools
3.a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
4.a bit
5.a bit much
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