bite


bite
Synonyms and related words:
acerbity, acidity, acridity, acrimony, acuminate, acute pain, adhere to, afflict, agonize, ail, allotment, allowance, and sinker, astringency, auger, bait, be a sucker, be keen, be taken in, bear hug, benumb, big end, bigger half, bit, bite the tongue, bitingness, bitterness, bolus, bore, boring pain, briskness, bristle with, broach, budget, burn, causticity, chafe, champ, charley horse, chaw, chew, chew the cud, chew up, chill, chomp, chunk, clamp, clasp, cleave to, clench, clinch, cling, clinging, clip, clutch, collation, commission, contingent, convulse, corrode, countersink, cramp, cramps, crick, crucify, crunch, cud, cut, cuttingness, darting pain, deal, death grip, destiny, devour, distress, dividend, dole, drill, drive, eat, eat away, eat out, eat up, edge, effectiveness, embrace, empierce, end, equal share, erode, etch, excruciate, fall for, fate, fester, fierceness, firm hold, fix, foothold, footing, force, forcefulness, freeze, freeze to, fret, frost, frostbite, fulgurant pain, gall, ginger, girdle pain, give pain, gnash, gnaw, gnawing, go for, go through, gob, gobble up, gore, gouge, gouge out, grapple, grasp, grate, grind, grip, gripe, griping, gulp down, gum, guts, half, halver, hang on, hang on to, harrow, harshness, have an edge, helping, hitch, hold, hold fast, hold on, hold on to, hold tight, hole, honeycomb, hotness, hug, hurt, impale, impressiveness, incisiveness, inflame, inflict pain, interest, iron grip, irritate, jumping pain, keenness, keep hold of, kick, kill by inches, kink, lacerate, lance, lancinating pain, lap up, lick, light lunch, light meal, light repast, line, liveliness, lot, martyr, martyrize, masticate, measure, meed, mess, modicum, moiety, mordacity, mordancy, morsel, mouth, mouthful, mumble, munch, needle, nervosity, nervousness, never let go, nibble, nip, nippiness, nosh, numb, pain, pang, paroxysm, part, penetrate, pepperiness, percentage, perforate, piece, pierce, pinch, pink, poignancy, point, portion, power, prick, prolong the agony, proportion, punch, puncture, purchase, put to torture, quantum, quid, quota, raciness, rack, rake-off, rankle, rasp, ration, ream, ream out, refreshments, refrigerate, relish, riddle, rigor, roughness, rub, ruminate, run through, scour, scrap, scrunch, segment, seizure, severity, share, sharp pain, sharpness, shoot, shooting, shooting pain, sinew, sinewiness, sip, skewer, slice, small share, snack, snap, snappiness, spasm, spear, spice, spiciness, spike, spit, spot of lunch, stab, stabbing pain, stake, stick, stick to, sting, stitch, stock, strength, stridency, stringency, strong language, sup, swallow, swallow anything, swallow hook, swallow whole, swing at, take the bait, tang, tanginess, tap, tartness, taste, teeth, thrill, throes, tight grip, toehold, tooth, tormen, torment, torture, transfix, transpierce, trenchancy, trepan, trephine, tumble for, tweak, twinge, twist, twitch, vehemence, vigor, vigorousness, violence, virulence, vitality, wear away, wound, wrench, wring, zest, zestfulness, zip

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  • bite — ou bitte [ bit ] n. f. • 1584; du norm. bitter « boucher », de l a. scand. bita « mordre » ♦ Vulg. Pénis. ⊗ HOM. Beat, bit, bitte. ● bitte ou bite nom féminin (ancien français abiter, copuler, de bitter à, toucher à, de l ancien scandinave bita,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bite — (b[imac]t), v. t. [imp. {Bit} (b[i^]t); p. p. {Bitten} (b[i^]t t n), {Bit}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Biting}.] [OE. biten, AS. b[=i]tan; akin to D. bijten, OS. b[=i]tan, OHG. b[=i]zan, G. beissen, Goth. beitan, Icel. b[=i]ta, Sw. bita, Dan. bide, L.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bite — Bite, n. [OE. bite, bit, bitt, AS. bite bite, fr. b[=i]tan to bite, akin to Icel. bit, OS. biti, G. biss. See {Bite}, v., and cf. {Bit}.] 1. The act of seizing with the teeth or mouth; the act of wounding or separating with the teeth or mouth; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bite — ► VERB (past bit; past part. bitten) 1) use the teeth to cut into something. 2) (of a snake, insect, or spider) wound with a sting, pincers, or fangs. 3) (of a fish) take the bait or lure on the end of a fishing line into the mouth. 4) (of a tool …   English terms dictionary

  • bite — bite, gnaw, champ, gnash are comparable when they mean to attack with or as if with the teeth. Bite fundamentally implies a getting of the teeth, especially the front teeth, into something so as to grip, pierce, or tear off {bite an apple deeply} …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • bite — [baɪt] noun [countable] COMPUTING another spelling of byte * * * Ⅰ. bite UK US /baɪt/ verb [I] ● start/begin to bite Cf. start/begin to bite …   Financial and business terms

  • Bite Me — is typically used as an idiomatic expression of discontent or aggravation toward another party. It may also refer to: * Bite Me , a song by Detroit based rock band Electric Six on their second album Senor Smoke * Bite Me (song), a song from the… …   Wikipedia

  • BiTE — (acronym for bi specific T cell engagers ), a class of specific modified antibodies that direct a host s T cells cytotoxic activity against diseased cells (e.g cancer cells).Several products that have come under close scrutiny in a few… …   Wikipedia

  • bite — [bīt] vt. bit [bit] bitten [bit′ n] or biting [ME biten < OE bītan < IE base * bheid , to split, crack > BEETLE1, BITTER, L findere, to split (see FISSION)] …   English World dictionary

  • bite — [n1] injury from gripping, tearing chaw*, chomp*, gob*, itch*, laceration, nip, pain, pinch, prick, smarting, sting, tooth marks*, wound; concept 309 bite [n2] mouthful of food brunch, drop, light meal, morsel, nibble, nosh*, piece, refreshment,… …   New thesaurus

  • bite at — ˈbite at [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they bite at he/she/it bites at past tense bit at past participle bitten at] …   Useful english dictionary


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