кусок ; кусочек ; частица ; небольшое количество; мелкая монета; бур ; бурав ; сверло; зубило; долото; лезвие; вставной резец; режущий край инструмента; губка тисков; бородка ; удила ; мундштук ; бит ; двоичный знак;
взнуздывать; взнуздать; обуздывать; сдерживать
- I know it's a bit penny-pinching
- It is not something peculiar to the Royal Family - people have very humdrum existences and the Royals provide a bit of excitement.
- That I too have done my little bit for pollution?
- I needed to earn a bit of extra money when I went on the tour and so I became a professional wrestler in my spare time.
- pick up, pick up your, your right foot what happens to your pelvis, does it go up a bit?
- "You look a bit tired, dear," Mrs Hobbs said.
- The "good-natured" flowers which sit firmly are used first - mock orange, philadelphus, "something with a bit of body".
- Whatever your circumstances, the point is that you should have enough money coming in in the Income column to meet the outgoings in the Expenditure column with, hopefully, a bit left over for rainy days and holidays.
- "Her mother was a very wealthy woman, and her father was a kind of handyman who helped out in the convent, and did a bit of work up at Westlands.
- "The rate at which you burn up energy varies quite a bit between individuals.
- I wouldn't go in without any make-up, even a bit of mascara and powder for my blotchy face would make me feel better.
- I think about it for a bit, then I ask her if I can afford some sandwiches.
- As he was scrambling up the steepest bit, pulling himself up by the bracken, he heard something.