1．rather相当地；有点（用作状语） I am a bit tired．我有点累了。 She calmed down a bit．她冷静一点了。 2．not at all；not in the least（用于否定句中）一点不 He didn't care a bit about the matter．他一点儿也没把这件事放在心上。
- He's a bit of a raver.
- He found himself trying to suppress a bitterness that was soul-destroying.
- He's a bit out of touch with new developments.
- He's a bit wheezy.
- The secret he revealed seems oversimplified at first glance but becomes a bit more complex when you parse out its meaning.
- Your uncle rawiri was a bit of a hotshot with the taiaha
- I was a bit miffed when they didn't invite me to the party.
- He took a bite out of the pear.
- He is a bit of a tippler but he's reliably punctual when there's an open bar.
- He's a bit of a roamer.
- He's a bit pedantic.
- On a bit of lawn under a tree.
- With these thoughts in mind my son crafted a simple yet telling essay describing an earnest young man who if anything was a bit self-effacing.
- Compared with the situation that eisehower government antagonized neutralism the neutrality policy is only a means that is a bit more temperate with the same purpose that make laos pro-west and prevent laos from turning from neutrality to pro-communism.
- The accommodation was a bit rough and ready but most people didn't seem to mind.