Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bite"

The meaning of "Bite" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Raise the bite mean?
A: raise= standing up; or take care of someone since he or she still child till adult.

bite= when u wanna eat something u have to bite it.
Q: What does bite off your nose to spite mean?
A: BITE OFF YOUR NOSE TO SPITE YOUR FACE is a term that means: do not overreact or try to do something out of revenge(spite) that may end up hurting yourself more.
Q: What does "bite" in 518 mean?
A: わー、説明のが難しい。効くかな?

He said he will kill me but i don't think there's any bite behind that.
彼が殺すって言ったけど、なにもしないと思うっていう意味。
Q: What does bites mean?
A: گاز گرفتن یا در برخی مواقع جای دندان
Q: What does "bite" in 1143 mean?
A: I would guess it's the biting sound of a screaming electric guitar.

Example sentences using "Bite"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ‎take it in bite size pieces.
A: “Bite-size pieces” means food that is cut up small enough that you can easily eat it in one bite. But we use this expression to also meet other things that are broken down into smaller bits. Does that help?
Q: Please show me example sentences with bite.
A:

Try the chili, it really has some bite

Once a dog like that bites into you, it won't let go until you saw off its head

Now, we bite the surface of the metal with acid, to reveal the engraved image

Yes, the cold has some bite this morning, but it's only a love bite
Q: Please show me example sentences with bite off more than I can chew.
A: To take on more responsibility that you can handle. e.g. “I decided to do the presentation all by myself, but it turns out that I bit off more than I could chew...”
Q: Please show me example sentences with a bite, quite and a little. Thank you!!!.
A: That is a quite common question.
Can I have a bite of your cake? (you want to have a taste)
I know only so little about you.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to bite off more than you can chew.
A: @Nocci-injapan "He has bitten off more than he can chew". It is a saying. It simply means the person (he or she) has taken on too much. It is usually a sentence in its own right.

Synonyms of "Bite" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I'll grab a bite to eat in town and I'll grab a bite in town ?
A: They have the exact same meaning and connotation. Some people just shorten “a bite to eat” when they say it.
Q: What is the difference between bite and eat ?
A: eat = to try some food/fruit that you like or not.
bite = to chew the food, it is the action whey you use the teeth or use your teeth to attack someone

ex:
I've been eat salad all this week
I like to eat fruit

why did you bite me?
the dog bites its toy!
Q: What is the difference between "She had a bite of the cake." and "she bit the cake." ?
A: yes that’s right! :)
Q: What is the difference between 'grabbing a bite' and 'having a bite' ?
A: Grabbing a bite means you’re going out to eat.

“Me and my friends are going to go grab a bite to eat.”
(You’re going somewhere to eat)

Having a bite is less used overall. I see it more as a question rather than a statement. As it’s unnatural to say “I’m having a bite with my friends.” One way it can be used is
“Can I have a bite?”
(Meaning you want to try whatever someone else has in a causal way)
Q: What is the difference between have a bite this bread and have a bite of this bread ?
A: You can say ‘give this bread a bite’ , but another alternative would be ‘give this bread a try’ which means give this bread a taste.

Translations of "Bite"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bite
A: I assume you mean the English, and aren't looking for a translation. :-)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bite me
A: it's also used when you're being playful with someone! For example, if someone makes a joke about you, you could playfully say "bite me!"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? в чем отличие между sting и bite?
A: Sting- жалить,bite -кусать
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I got bite by mosquitos.
A: "I got bit by mosquitoes"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 一口デザート ( a bite sized dessert? after the main dish )
A: I haven't heard an English word for that. Probably "bite-size dessert" would do.

Other questions about "Bite"

Q: bite can be used not only for animal but insects?

#1 I was bitten by a dog.

#2 I was bitten by a mosquito.
A: Depending on the insect, you could also use "sting". You get bitten by a mosquito, but stung by a bee.

Q: What does "a little bite to it' mean?
A: If it refers to food, then it means that it's a little spicy (hot, not savory, such as hot chilly).
Q: You should eat more slowly and bite the foods well. does this sound natural?
A: First clause is fine. "and bite the foods well" is unnatural. Bite isn't used in this context, as it refers to a single movement, chew is a repetitive motion that is most likely intended. "You should eat more slowly and chew more carefully" would be more natural sounding.
Q: do you want a bite for this cake? does this sound natural?
A: Do you want a bite of this cake?
Q: I got bite by mosquitos in many places on my legs, makes me feel really itchy. does this sound natural?
A: "I got bit by mosquitos all over my legs it is really itchy."

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