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 Übersetzung für 'a little bit' von Englisch nach Deutsch
a (little) bit {adv}einen Tick [fig.] [ugs.] [ein (klein) wenig]
a little bitein klein wenig
a little bitein kleines bisschen
3 Wörter: Substantive
a little (bit)eine Kleinigkeit {f} [ein wenig]
4 Wörter: Andere
a little (bit) longer {adv}etwas länger
a little bit more {adv}ein wenig mehr
a tiny little bitein klitzekleines bisschen [ugs.]
5+ Wörter: Andere
a little bit too slow {adj}(um) einen Tick zu langsam [ugs.]
proverb
In every rumor there is a little bit of truth. [Am.]
An jedem Gerücht ist ein kleines bisschen Wahrheit.
idiom
This is going to sting a little (bit). [skin]
Es wird ein bisschen brennen. [Haut]
5+ Wörter: Verben
to be a bit / a little unsteady on one's feetein wenig wackelig auf den Beinen sein
to put in a little bit of elbow grease [idiom]zupacken
5+ Wörter: Substantive
a little bit of advertisingetwas Werbung {f}
a little bit of breadetwas Brot {n}
a little bit of luckein Quäntchen {n} Glück
Teiltreffer
Every little bit counts.Es kommt auf jede Kleinigkeit an.
the little bit of moneydas bisschen Geld {n}
the little bit of couragedas bisschen Mut {n}
the little bit of sleepdas bisschen Schlaf {n}
Every little bit helps. [idiom]Auch der kleinste Beitrag zählt. [Redewendung]
Every little bit helps. [idiom] Aus einzelnen Tropfen entsteht ein Fluss. [Redewendung]
Every little bit helps. [idiom]Jedes kleine bisschen hilft. [Redewendung]
a bit {pron}ein bisserl [südd.] [österr.]
a bitein wenig
a bit {adv}etwas
a bit {adj} {adv}ein büschen [nordd.] [ein bisschen]
a bit {adj} {adv}ein bissel [ugs.] [ein wenig] [österr.] [südd.]
a bit {adv}ein Stück weit [ugs.]
a bitein bisschen
a bit {adv}eine Spur [ein wenig]
a wee bitein kleines bisschen
not a bit {adv}gar nicht
a bit confusedly {adv}leicht verwirrt
not a bit {adv}kein bisschen
a bit different {adj}ein bisschen anders [prädikativ]
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Übersetzung für 'a little bit' von Englisch nach Deutsch

a (little) bit {adv}
einen Tick [fig.] [ugs.] [ein (klein) wenig]
a little bit
ein klein wenig

ein kleines bisschen

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a little (bit)
eine Kleinigkeit {f} [ein wenig]

a little (bit) longer {adv}
etwas länger
a little bit more {adv}
ein wenig mehr
a tiny little bit
ein klitzekleines bisschen [ugs.]

a little bit too slow {adj}
(um) einen Tick zu langsam [ugs.]
In every rumor there is a little bit of truth. [Am.]
An jedem Gerücht ist ein kleines bisschen Wahrheit.proverb
This is going to sting a little (bit). [skin]
Es wird ein bisschen brennen. [Haut]idiom

to be a bit / a little unsteady on one's feet
ein wenig wackelig auf den Beinen sein
to put in a little bit of elbow grease [idiom]
zupacken

a little bit of advertising
etwas Werbung {f}
a little bit of bread
etwas Brot {n}
a little bit of luck
ein Quäntchen {n} Glück

Every little bit counts.
Es kommt auf jede Kleinigkeit an.
the little bit of money
das bisschen Geld {n}
the little bit of courage
das bisschen Mut {n}
the little bit of sleep
das bisschen Schlaf {n}
Every little bit helps. [idiom]
Auch der kleinste Beitrag zählt. [Redewendung]

Aus einzelnen Tropfen entsteht ein Fluss. [Redewendung]

Jedes kleine bisschen hilft. [Redewendung]
a bit {pron}
ein bisserl [südd.] [österr.]
a bit
ein wenig

ein bisschen
a bit {adv}
etwas

ein Stück weit [ugs.]

eine Spur [ein wenig]
a bit {adj} {adv}
ein büschen [nordd.] [ein bisschen]

ein bissel [ugs.] [ein wenig] [österr.] [südd.]
a wee bit
ein kleines bisschen
not a bit {adv}
gar nicht

kein bisschen
a bit confusedly {adv}
leicht verwirrt
a bit different {adj}
ein bisschen anders [prädikativ]
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Containing other hits like "Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)", "To Love Somebody", and "Little Girl Blue", "I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama!
  • Besides his influence on Churchill, Gibbon was also a model for Isaac Asimov in his writing of "The Foundation Trilogy", which he said involved "a little bit of cribbin' from the works of Edward Gibbon".
  • Somewhere in the middle are the players which choose to do a little bit of both of the formers.
  • On June 9, 2015, she released a live album titled: "A Little Bit of Me: Live in L.A."
  • It was treated as a ceremonial occasion and involved a little bit of ritual.

  • Dugan Duck is Fethry Duck's nephew who is a little bit younger than Huey, Dewey and Louie.
  • As the lake temperature heats up by the increasing warm days, the nights are also becoming milder, though moderated a little bit by the height and lake.
  • The musical style is predominantly music hall, but the show includes a parody of Gilbert and Sullivan, a church choir arrangement with some completely incongruous lyrics ("A Little Bit on the Side"), and some touching ballads.
  • This results in the appearance familiar to many users in which windows act a little bit like pieces of paper on a desktop, which can be moved around and allowed to overlap.
  • "bee slash mosquito protection" for a beekeeper's net hood, and "There's a little bit of nectar slash honey over here, but really it's not a lot."

  • By the time the tour actually finished it was all getting a little bit ...
  • Rearing a relatively small number of grazing animals can be beneficial, as the Food Climate Research Network at Surrey University reports: "A little bit of livestock production is probably a good thing for the environment".
  • So a southern Chinese might say "yī diǎn" (一点) ("a little bit") but a Beijinger would say it more like tʲɚ which in Pinyin is sometimes rendered "yī diǎnr" to show if the word can be rhotacized.
  • I ducked down a little bit in a reflex action. By my ducking, he missed my head and the brunt of the blow came on my shoulder below the left ear.
  • However, asking users to remember a password consisting of a "mix of uppercase and lowercase characters" is similar to asking them to remember a sequence of bits: hard to remember, and only a little bit harder to crack (e.g. ...

  • Others, such as Rolland, favor late picking and the added fruit body that comes with a little bit of over-ripeness.
  • It was also considered "a little bit dance-club, a little bit rock & roll."
  • Real filters for real-time applications approximate the ideal filter by truncating and windowing the infinite impulse response to make a finite impulse response; applying that filter requires delaying the signal for a moderate period of time, allowing the computation to "see" a little bit into the future.
  • Imogen refers to the music as "Holst at his best in a scherzando (playful) frame of mind"; Vaughan Williams commented on the lively, folksy rhythms: "Do you think there's a "little" bit too much 6/8 in the opera?
  • and night lows a little bit above [...]. Notwithstanding this hotter season Dakar's weather is far from being so hot as experienced in inland Sahelian cities like Niamey and N'Djamena, where temperatures hover above [...] for much of the year.

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