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bit significado em Português

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bit [bits] (math: binary digit)
noun
[UK: bɪt]
[US: ˈbɪt]

bitnoun
{m}

bit [bits] (metal in horse's mouth)
noun
[UK: bɪt]
[US: ˈbɪt]

bocadonoun
{m}

bocalnoun
{m}

freionoun
{m}

morsonoun
{m}

bit [bits] (rotary cutting tool)
noun
[UK: bɪt]
[US: ˈbɪt]

brocanoun
{f}

puanoun
{f}

verrumanoun
{f}

bit [bits] (small amount of something, see also: a little)
noun
[UK: bɪt]
[US: ˈbɪt]

pedaçonoun
{m}

pitadanoun
{f}

porçãonoun
{f}

bite [bit, bitten, biting, bites] (cut into by clamping the teeth)
verb
[UK: baɪt]
[US: ˈbaɪt]

morderverb

bite [bit, bitten, biting, bites] (fall for a deception)
verb
[UK: baɪt]
[US: ˈbaɪt]

cairverb

bite [bit, bitten, biting, bites] (hold something by clamping one’s teeth)
verb
[UK: baɪt]
[US: ˈbaɪt]

abocanharverb

bite [bit, bitten, biting, bites] (sting)
verb
[UK: baɪt]
[US: ˈbaɪt]

picarverb

bite [bit, bitten, biting, bites] (take hold)
verb
[UK: baɪt]
[US: ˈbaɪt]

agarrarverb

bit by bit (small amount at a time)
adverb
[UK: bɪt baɪ bɪt]
[US: ˈbɪt baɪ ˈbɪt]

de pouco em poucoadverb

bit depth (computer graphics: the number of bits (binary digits) used to represent the colour of a single pixel)
noun

bits por píxelnoun
{m-Pl}

profundidade de cornoun
{f}

bit of skirt (Woman)
noun

rabo de saianoun
{m}

rabo-de-saianoun
{m}

bitch [bitched, bitching, bitches] (complain (about something) spitefully)
verb
[UK: bɪtʃ]
[US: ˈbɪtʃ]

choramingarverb

bitch [bitches] (disagreeable, aggressive person, usually female)
noun
[UK: bɪtʃ]
[US: ˈbɪtʃ]

putanoun
{f}

vadianoun
{f}

vagabundanoun
{f}

bitch [bitches] (female canine)
noun
[UK: bɪtʃ]
[US: ˈbɪtʃ]

bucicanoun
{f}

cachorranoun
{f}

cadelanoun
{f}

lobanoun
{f}

bitcoin (cryptocurrency)
noun

bitcoinnoun
{m}

bite [bites] (act of biting)
noun
[UK: baɪt]
[US: ˈbaɪt]

mordeduranoun
{f}

mordidanoun
{f}

bite [bites] (mouthful)
noun
[UK: baɪt]
[US: ˈbaɪt]

bocadonoun
{m}

bite [bites] (swelling of one's skin caused by an insect's mouthparts or sting)
noun
[UK: baɪt]
[US: ˈbaɪt]

picadanoun
{f}

bite off more than one can chew (To try to do too much)
verb
[UK: baɪt ɒf mɔː(r) ðæn wʌn kæn tʃuː]
[US: ˈbaɪt ˈɒf ˈmɔːr ˈðæn wʌn ˈkæn ˈtʃuː]

dar um passo maior do que a pernaverb

bite the dust (to die)
verb
[UK: baɪt ðə dʌst]
[US: ˈbaɪt ðə ˈdəst]

ir desta para a melhorverb

bite the hand that feeds one (cause harm to a benefactor)
verb

cuspir no prato que comeuverb

Bithynia (ancient region)
proper noun
[UK: bɪθˈɪniə]
[US: bɪθˈɪniə]

Bitíniaproper noun
{f}

Bitola (city in Macedonia)
proper noun

Bitolaproper noun

bitrate (frequency of bits at passing point)
noun
[UK: bˈɪtreɪt]
[US: bˈɪtreɪt]

taxa de bitsnoun
{f}

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