Bit Part

Bit Part,

What is Bit Part?

Supporting film and television actors who have at least one line of dialogue and usually appear in the credit section.

Literal Meanings of Bit Part

Bit:

Meanings of Bit:
  1. A small piece, some part or many things.

  2. A series of actions or ideas associated with a particular group or activity.

  3. 12 1/2 cents unit (used in multiple pairs only)

  4. Cut past

  5. Put something in the horse's mouth.

  6. A fireplace, usually metal, is attached to the pair and is used to control the horse.

  7. Illuminating parts of tools or widths, usually metal.

  8. Binary symbols express the units of information as 0 or 1.

Sentences of Bit
  1. Give bread to the ducks

  2. However, cycling can lead to behavioral problems, many of whom have had poor experiences with the type of bite used and the way it was cut.

  3. You can buy Saddle C Quarter Circle for saddles, whips, brakes, spurs and much more!

  4. A forest

  5. For example, is it necessary to cover bits, bytes, drives and the like in an agricultural mechanic's manual?

Synonyms of Bit

section, piece, part, portion, small piece, small portion, segment

Part:

Meanings of Part:
  1. Part Part (often used to distinguish different parts of an object)

  2. An object, activity or a piece of time or a part that makes up a whole together with other parts.

  3. The role played in a drama or film, the role of an actor or actress.

  4. Involvement of someone or something in an action or situation.

  5. talent

  6. The line of the scalp that is curled in opposite directions on each side of a person's hair.

  7. (One or two things) to be away from each other

Sentences of Part
  1. The city is now part of the settlements and a refuge for use

  2. Divide the circle into three equal parts

  3. Painting tells only part of the story

  4. He played many great roles

  5. He played a key role in ending the uprising

  6. Some of her hair was white and straight

  7. Her lips parted from her smile

Synonyms of Part

hand, a little, to a limited degree, representation, to a point, to a certain degree, role, half, to a certain extent, contribution, depiction, concern, position, hunk, fragment, job, in part, slice, post, somewhat, partly

Bit Part,

What is Bit Part?

  1. Bit Part means, In film and television, the supporting actor W has at least one dialogue and W usually appears in the credit.

Literal Meanings of Bit Part

Bit:

Meanings of Bit:
  1. A small piece, part or more.

  2. A series of actions or thoughts related to a particular group or activity.

  3. Someone's genitals

  4. 12 1/2 cents unit (used in more than one pair only).

  5. A young woman.

  6. Last bite

  7. A chimney, usually made of metal, was attached to the reins and used to control the horse.

  8. Names or drilling tools or parts.

  9. Put something in the mouth (horse)

  10. The unit of information expressed as 0 or 1 in binary notation.

  11. (Human or animal) uses its teeth to bite or strike something.

  12. (Fish) Hook or bait at the end of the fishing line in the mouth.

  13. Make strong contact with the surface.

  14. (Policy or situation) applies, with unpleasant consequences.

Sentences of Bit
  1. Give the duck some bread

  2. Miranda can go and play her theater role.

  3. You can see everything! Their related songs!

  4. Some cheese

  5. I am amazed at the ease and pleasure of cutting a piece.

  6. The brake lining will not cut until it is warm.

  7. Feeling we have 'Run out of gas' emotionally.

Synonyms of Bit

crumb, go as planned, work, crunch, scintilla, smidge, gobbet, shaving, sink one's teeth into, champ, dash, excerpt, tad, soup├žon, flake, paring, get a purchase, snatch, do the trick, have an effect, mote, bite, function, tear at, lump, be successful, touch, jot, act

Part:

Meanings of Part:
  1. A post or section that, when combined with others, creates the whole thing.

  2. Partnership is something or something done in an action or situation.

  3. A scalp line that appears in the hair when combed in opposite directions on each side of the split.

  4. (Of the two things) they go away from each other.

  5. Leaving someone else's company

  6. Leave the refund ownership.

  7. The part with the comb (the hair of the head of both parts).

  8. Partial (often used to separate different parts of an object) to some extent.

Sentences of Part
  1. The paintings tell only part of the story.

  2. He played a key role in ending the insurgency.

  3. Even small companies broke up with big money.

  4. The city is now part of the landfill, part of the consumer paradise.

Synonyms of Part

nearly, theatrical role, give up, take oneself off, go one's (separate) ways, scrap, sacrifice, just about, deliver up, give away, surrender, skedaddle, partially, hit the road, relatively, comparatively, insufficiently, to a certain extent/degree, work, participation, chunk, take one's leave, set off, task, responsibility, province, abandon, fraction

Bit Part,

Definition of Bit Part:

  1. In film and television, supporting actors have at least one line of dialogue and they often appear in the credits.

Literal Meanings of Bit Part

Bit:

Meanings of Bit:
  1. 12 1/2 cents units (used in multiple pairs only).

  2. The last bite.

  3. A chimney, usually made of metal, was attached to the bridle and used to control the horse.

  4. Tools or parts for ramming or drilling.

  5. Putting something in the mouth (horse)

  6. A unit of information expressed as a 0 or 1 in a binary indicator.

  7. (A person or animal) uses its teeth to cut or stab something.

  8. (Fish) Cutting a hook or bait at the end of a fishing line in the mouth.

Sentences of Bit
  1. I was impressed by the ease and enthusiasm that tore it to pieces.

  2. The meaning of deductions in art education

Synonyms of Bit

extract, spoonful, smidgen, chip, hint, drop, suggestion, smitch, modicum, grip, come off, be efficacious, munch, dollop, tinge, nibble at, grain, hold, sliver, speck, chew, work out, trace, iota, snippet, shred, do the business

Part:

Meanings of Part:
  1. A post or section that brings the whole thing together.

  2. Some, but not all, of something.

  3. Role played by an actor or actress.

  4. Someone or something that contributes to an action or situation.

  5. A line of scalp that appears in the hair when combed in opposite directions on each side of the split.

  6. (Of two things) they become distant from each other.

  7. Giving up refund ownership.

  8. Part with comb (hair from head to toe on both sides).

Sentences of Part
  1. The city is now part of a landfill, part of a consumer paradise.

Synonyms of Part

not entirely, say/make one's farewells, break up, say one's goodbyes, say goodbye/farewell/adieu, all but, scarcely, division, get going, barely, relinquish, wedge, be on one's way, scram, be off, incompletely, slightly, office, to a limited extent/degree, yield, share