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Bit vs Bites - What's the difference?

bit | bites |


As verbs the difference between bit and bites

is that bit is to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly) while bites is (bite).

As a noun bites is

.

Bit vs Null - What's the difference?

bit | null |


As a verb bit

is to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly).

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

More vs Bit - What's the difference?

more | bit |


As a noun more

is tomorrow.

As a verb bit is

to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly).

Bit vs Champ - What's the difference?

bit | champ |


As a verb bit

is to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly).

As a proper noun champ is

(cryptozoology) a large aquatic creature, similar to the loch ness monster, which supposedly lives in lake champlain, located on the shared borders of the american states of vermont and new york and the canadian province of quebec.

Prostatic vs Bit - What's the difference?

prostatic | bit |


As an adjective prostatic

is (anatomy) relating to the prostate gland.

As a verb bit is

to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly).

Bit vs Bate - What's the difference?

bit | bate |


As verbs the difference between bit and bate

is that bit is to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly) while bate is .

Stunt vs Bit - What's the difference?

stunt | bit |


As a noun stunt

is stunt.

As a verb bit is

to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly).

Bit vs Nuance - What's the difference?

bit | nuance |


As verbs the difference between bit and nuance

is that bit is to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly) while nuance is .

As an adjective nuance is

nuanced.

Bit vs Item - What's the difference?

bit | item |


As a verb bit

is to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly).

As a noun item is

.

Chew vs Bit - What's the difference?

chew | bit |


As verbs the difference between chew and bit

is that chew is to crush with the teeth by repeated closing and opening of the jaws; done to food to soften it and break it down by the action of saliva before it is swallowed while bit is to beat (to strike or pound repeatedly).

As a noun chew

is a small sweet, such as a taffy, that is eaten by chewing.

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