seize, grasp or tear sth with the teeth or jaws; (insect) make a hole in the skin and draw blood
act of biting
wound made by a bite or a sting
taking of bait by a fish
cutting power or firm grip
"all they had left was a bit of bread"
"after fishing for an hour he still had not had a bite"
"he commented with typical pungency"
"the bite of satire"
"the pungency of mustard"
"the sulfurous bite of garlic"
"the sharpness of strange spices"
"the raciness of the wine"
"the government's weekly bite from my paycheck"
"Gunny invariably tried to bite her"
"The sun burned his face"
"The fork bit into the surface"
"A bee stung my arm yesterday"
I haven't had a bite since breakfast.
Taking a huge bite out of his sandwich.
出自： C. Isherwood
He'd..have a bite to eat in a pub.
出自： T. Sharpe
Grandpa never ate more than a bite and the rest sat on his plate.
出自： M. Gee
Let dogs delight to bark and bite.
出自： I. Watts
I bite into my chocolate.
出自： Day Lewis
Takes carrot from coat pocket, bites off a piece.
出自： S. Beckett
My grandfather..was bitten on the ear by a rat or a ferret and died..of blood poisoning.
出自： W. Maxwell
She was..nibbling a cucumber sandwich (he glimpsed her small, pearly, even teeth as she bit).
出自： D. M. Thomas
Even the weakest animal will bite back when it is cornered.
要是被逼急了,甚至最弱小的动物也会回咬一口。 bite sb/sth ⇔ back
The dog bit the cat and got bitten back.
The little boy bit his friend, and got bitten back.
那小孩咬了他的小朋友,又遭到回咬。 bite sth ⇔ back
The word “Sorry” rose to Morris's lips, but he bit it back.
A hot reply rose to his lips, but he bit it back.
He was about to say something when he suddenly thought better of it and bit it back.
She wanted to tell him her real feelings, but she bit the words back.
He bit the remark back, remembering where he was.
She had great control of her temper; biting down hard, she said nothing.
I was bitten on the leg by a dog.