ALL meanings of abit

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  • noun abit Misspelling of a bit. 1
  • noun abit a small piece or quantity of anything: a bit of string. 1
  • noun abit a short time: Wait a bit. 1
  • noun abit Informal. an amount equivalent to 12½ U.S. cents (used only in even multiples): two bits; six bits. 1
  • noun abit an act, performance, or routine: She's doing the Camille bit, pretending to be near collapse. 1
  • noun abit a stereotypic or habitual set of behaviors, attitudes, or styles associated with an individual, role, situation, etc.: the whole Wall Street bit. 1
  • noun abit Also called bit part. a very small role, as in a play or motion picture, containing few or no lines. Compare walk-on (def 1). 1
  • noun abit any small coin: a threepenny bit. 1
  • noun abit a Spanish or Mexican silver real worth 12½ cents, formerly current in parts of the U.S. 1
  • idioms abit a bit, rather or somewhat; a little: a bit sleepy. 1
  • idioms abit a bit much, somewhat overdone or beyond tolerability. 1
  • idioms abit bit by bit, by degrees; gradually: Having saved money bit by bit, they now had enough to buy the land. 1
  • idioms abit do one's bit, to contribute one's share to an effort: They all did their bit during the war. 1
  • idioms abit every bit, quite; just: every bit as good. 1
  • idioms abit quite a bit, a fairly large amount: There's quite a bit of snow on the ground. 1
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