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Translation of bit in Spanish

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the bit     el bit    ; el bocado    
the bit     la broca    
bit     poquito    

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Sample sentences:
He's a bit edgy because he has problems at work.

Está un poco nervioso porque tiene problemas en el trabajo.
She is a bit tipsy. Está un poco achispada.
I am unsure whether to start with the project now or to wait a bit more. No estoy seguro si iniciar el proyecto ahora o esperar un poco más.
the piece, bit el trozo


Friends, Family and similar relationships you are saying mostly "Du". Young people too. In the city, on the phone, school, at work and in the bank always say "Sie" for now.
I bought some food also for the next day, where we planed a trip to the Angkor Wat. I returned to our room and picked up my fiance. Sammy was already waiting in the lobby for us.
Sorry but I hadn't have enough time in the last two weeks to respond to your email and to your interesting offer. I really need to think about it a little longer, and I am sure you'd understand.
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