do one's bit

do one's bit
idi do one's bit, to contribute one's share to an effort

From formal English to slang. 2014.

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  • not one (little) bit — phrase not at all I don’t like what you’re doing one little bit. Thesaurus: not at allsynonym Main entry: bit * * * not a ˈbit | not one ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • do one's bit — or[part] {v. phr.} To shoulder one s share of responsibility in a communal undertaking; shirk one s obligation. * / Let me go home and rest, fellows, John said. I think I ve done my bit for this project. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • do one's bit — or[part] {v. phr.} To shoulder one s share of responsibility in a communal undertaking; shirk one s obligation. * / Let me go home and rest, fellows, John said. I think I ve done my bit for this project. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • do\ one's\ bit — • do one s bit • do one s part v. phr. To shoulder one s share of responsibility in a communal undertaking; shirk one s obligation. Let me go home and rest, fellows, John said. I think I ve done my bit for this project …   Словарь американских идиом

  • do one's bit — To do one s due share • • • Main Entry: ↑bit * * * informal make a useful contribution to an effort or cause she was keen to do her bit to help others …   Useful english dictionary

  • do one's bit — • do one s bit/part share in a group project by contributing one s time and effort He did his bit for the planning of the party …   Idioms and examples

  • do one's bit — ► do one s bit informal make a useful contribution. Main Entry: ↑bit …   English terms dictionary

  • do one's bit — informal make a useful contribution. → bit …   English new terms dictionary

  • bit — bit1 [bit] n. [ME < OE bite, a bite < bītan, BITE] 1. the part of a bridle that goes into a horse s mouth, used to control the horse: see BRIDLE 2. anything that curbs or controls 3. the part of a pipestem held in the mouth: see PIPE 4. th …   English World dictionary

  • bit — Ⅰ. bit [1] ► NOUN 1) a small piece or quantity. 2) (a bit) a short time or distance. 3) (also bit of fluff or stuff) informal a girl or young woman. ● a bit …   English terms dictionary

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