BIT is a Taiwanese-based motherboard and VGA manufacturer famously known for creating stable and high performing pieces of computer hardware. BIT also tests each and every individual product for hours on end.
Today, BIT is one of the largest manufactures of high-end PC motherboards for AMD and Intel processor solutions. The “bit” is similar to the a lot, a mythical creature invented by Allie Bros in the blog Hyperbole and a Half “.
An unspecified short amount of time (usually less than an hour). A bit usually refers to the expected or average amount of time that should be taken to complete the task in question.
When postponing an event, however, a bit can be considerably longer. A phrase used by people doing little with their lives to express they're doing something good in a subtle, modest manner.
1) A creature that is very small and brain power, most likely dropped on head in a 2nd grade class, Bug-eyed and furry, tends to chase after inanimate objects. No certain size is necessary for a piece of weed to be referred to as a little.
An attempt to overthrow the government that, due to both poor planning and execution, fails in an incredibly underwhelming fashion. Due to the impromptu nature of its formation and execution, supporters of President Donald Trump attempted a pseudocoup in order to overthrow the confirmation of President-elect Joe Biden.
Enticing somebody of a lesser intelligence to engage in an online argument in order to make a display of their inadequacy. When Someone tells you to “stop being so bait” it means to be more SECRETIVE in what you are doing.
A device for drilling oil wells or the like, consisting of a horizontally rotating blade or an assembly of rotating toothed wheels. The mouthpiece of a bridle, having fittings at each end to which the reins are fastened.
The wide portion at the end of an ordinary key that moves the bolt. SEE FORESEE LESS to put a bit in the mouth of (a horse).
A small piece or quantity of anything: a bit of string. An act, performance, or routine: She's doing the Camille bit, pretending to be near collapse.
A stereotypic or habitual set of behaviors, attitudes, or styles associated with an individual, role, situation, etc. A very small role, as in a play or motion picture, containing few or no lines. Compare walk-on (def.
Sample, slice, trace, item, fragment, chunk, shard, dose, snippet, sliver, taste, portion, part, moment, while, niggle, lick, stump, speck, chip In a bit of foreshadowing, he repeated that opinion in November.
Even the hot Jewish women I mentioned above did something a bit more “intellectual” than pageantry: acting. His peers remember him as a bright man who spoke softly and occasionally came across as a bit shy.
Never could he look to the old gentleman for a friendly word, or a bit of help over a hard financial place again. For the first time in days Ryan ne's laughter had a bit of the erstwhile rollicking tone.
She thought Alice a bit of a sneak, an opinion her brothers shared, and Gwen rather a snatch at meals. She tried again now, bemused, and once more gave it up, although somehow this time she did feel a bit nearer success.
One bit corresponds to a “yes” or “no.” Some examples of a bit of information: whether a light is on or off, whether a switch (like a transistor) is on or off, whether a grain of magnetized iron points up or down. The information in a digital computer is stored in the form of bits.
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