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to bite: to seize with one's teeth
This is an irregular verb:
I bite / I bit / I have bitten
a bite: a morsel, a mouthful, a nibble
to have a bite (to eat) to eat something
This campaign ad will take a big bite out of our budget. It will use up a lot of the available money we have.
a (shark, insect) bite: an injury or puncture of the skin (made by an insect, a shark)

Pronunciation examples
UK: Come over to my place tonight and have a bite to eat.
US: Last time you bit me. And how many people have you bitten since then? Cannibalism isn't cool.

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