To a small extent; in a small amount; rather. (adverb)
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Use "a bit" in a sentence
"Stuey was a bit gun-shy, having been burned once by Roger King, but he let it be known that he was open to the opportunity should it arise."
"The problem centers on my first serious boyfriend, F., a just-graduated senior, though a bit too blond, bespectacled, and into Pink Floyd to be considered your Jake Ryan type."
"Specialists who suspect microvascular disease prescribe medications designed to make blood vessels relax and blood flow a bit better, while also intensively treating the woman's other cardiac risk factors."