bite · verb /baɪt/Full view
bite
B1 I or T to cut something using your teeth
Dictionary examples:

He bit into the apple.

I was bitten on the leg by a dog.

Learner example:

A snake bit me [o]n my leg, but that's ok. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Portuguese)

bite · noun C /baɪt/
bite (FOOD)
B2 a piece taken from food when you bite it
Dictionary example:

She took a bite from her pizza.

Learner example:

When Alice [took] a bite out of the cake, something hard touched her teeth. (First Certificate in English; B2; Chinese)

bite (INJURY)
B2 an injury caused when an animal or insect bites you
Dictionary example:

mosquito bites

Learner example:

As far as your question about our sleeping is concerned, I wouldn't mind either staying in rooms or tents, but since you ask me to express my preference, I would suggest staying in rooms, in order to avoid insect bites. (First Certificate in English; B2; Greek)

a bite (to eat)
C2 a small meal
Dictionary examples:

I just want to grab a bite to eat.

I had a bite at Laura's house.

Learner example:

It all went smoothly until 2 o'clock when they stopped for a break and a bite to eat. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Spanish)

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