||He tells me I'm always bitching, but I don't complain very much.
||(See a bitch)
|bite me [B]
||I have no respect for you, kiss off, blow me
||"Bite me! Take your list of whores and live with them!"
|bite off more than you can chew
||begin more tasks than you can complete
||When I took the night class, I bit off more than I could chew.
|bite the bullet
||try harder, be tougher
||Bite the bullet during exam week. Don't party; just study.
|bite the dust
||die, quit, lose, kick the bucket
||Pete was 98 when he bit the dust. He lived for nearly a century.
|bite the hand that feeds you
||be unkind to the one who cares for you or pays you
||If you criticize your employer, you bite the hand that feeds you.
|bite your tongue
||do not say that, you should not have said that
||When I mention Dad's temper Mom says, "Bite your tongue."
||a rock that is touching the twelve-foot circle
||The Heidt rink is lying four - one is a biter.
|bits and pieces
||small pieces, odds and ends
||Jack built our cabin with bits and pieces - leftover materials.