to bite: mordre, piquer
Notons que ce verbe est irrégulier :
I bite / I bit / I have bitten
a bite: un morceau, une bouchée, un trou
to have a bite (to eat) manger un morceau
This campaign ad will take a big bite out of our budget. Cette campagne de publicité va faire un grand trou dans notre budget.
a (shark, insect) bite: une morsure (de requin), une piqûre (d'insecte)
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.
- "I'm almost tempted to bite them, but I won't - I'm a vegetarian."
- "I won't bite."
- "The perplexed shark hesitated slightly before biting the victim in two."
- "Felt faint with hunger until the elderly French woman in the aisle seat next to me offered me a bite of her sardine sandwich."
- "It's for the mosquito bite I received in Cambodia last month."
- "No biting, no tickling."
- "Well, apart from the inaccurate information bit."
- "- Staff members are to be treated with respect, and therefore not to be bitten."
- "We won't bite!"
- "The duel was lost after one bite"
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