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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To cut, grip, or tear with or as if with the teeth.
- verb-transitive: To pierce the skin of with the teeth, fangs, or mouthparts.
- verb-transitive: To sting with a stinger.
- verb-transitive: To cut into with or as if with a sharp instrument: The ax bit the log deeply.
- verb-transitive: To grip, grab, or seize: bald treads that couldn't bite the icy road; bitten by a sudden desire to travel.
- verb-transitive: To eat into; corrode.
- verb-transitive: To cause to sting or be painful: cold that bites the skin; a conscience bitten by remorse.
- verb-intransitive: To grip, cut into, or injure something with or as if with the teeth.
- verb-intransitive: To have a stinging effect.
- verb-intransitive: To have a sharp taste.
- verb-intransitive: To take or swallow bait.
- verb-intransitive: To be taken in by a ploy or deception: tried to sell the Brooklyn Bridge, but no one bit.
- verb-intransitive: Vulgar Slang To be highly disagreeable or annoying.
- noun: The act of biting.
- noun: A skin wound or puncture produced by an animal's teeth or mouthparts: the bite of an insect.
- noun: A stinging or smarting sensation.
- noun: An incisive, penetrating quality: the bite of satire.
- noun: An amount removed by or as if by an act of biting: Rezoning took a bite out of the town's residential area.
- noun: An excerpt or fragment taken from something larger, such as a film.
- noun: An amount of food taken into the mouth at one time; a mouthful.
- noun: Informal A light meal or snack.
- noun: The act or an instance of taking bait: fished all day without a bite; an ad that got a few bites but no final sales.
- noun: A secure grip or hold applied by a tool or machine upon a working surface.
- noun: The part of a tool or machine that presses against and maintains a firm hold on a working surface.
- noun: Dentistry The angle at which the upper and lower teeth meet; occlusion.
- noun: The corrosive action of acid upon an etcher's metal plate.
- noun: Slang An amount of money appropriated or withheld: trying to avoid the tax bite.
- idiom: bite off more than (one) can chew To decide or agree to do more than one can finally accomplish.
- idiom: bite (someone's) head off To respond to a comment in an angry or reproachful way.
- idiom: bite the bullet Slang To face a painful situation bravely and stoically.
- idiom: bite the dust Slang To fall dead, especially in combat.
- idiom: bite the dust Slang To be defeated.
- idiom: bite the dust Slang To come to an end.
- idiom: bite the hand that feeds (one) To repay generosity or kindness with ingratitude and injury.
- kibti (apie žuvis)
- to bit off atkąsti
- bitten with apimtas
- pagautas (entuziazmo)
- to bit the dust a) sukniubti
- būti užmuštam
- kibimas (žuvų)