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Bit vs. Nat

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The main difference between Bit and Nat is that the Bit is a basic unit of information in computing and digital communications and Nat is a family name

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  • Bit (noun)

    A piece of metal placed in a horse's mouth and connected to the reins to direct the animal.

    "A horse hates having a bit put in its mouth."

  • Bit (noun)

    A rotary cutting tool fitted to a drill, used to bore holes.

  • Bit (noun)

    A coin of a specified value. (Also formerly used for a nine-pence coin in the British Caribbean, and a fourpenny piece, or groat, in the British West Indies.)

    "a threepenny bit"

  • Bit (noun)

    A ten-cent piece, dime.

  • Bit (noun)

    An eighth of a dollar. Note that there is no coin minted worth 12.5 cents. (When this term first came into use, the Spanish 8 reales coin was widely used as a dollar equivalent, and thus the 1 real coin was equivalent to 12.5 cents.)

    "A quarter is two bits."

  • Bit (noun)

    In the southern and southwestern states, a small silver coin (such as the real) formerly current; commonly, one worth about 12½ cents; also, the sum of 12½ cents.

  • Bit (noun)

    A small amount of something.

    "There were bits of paper all over the floor."

    "Does your leg still hurt? / Just a bit now."

    "I've done my bit; I expect you to do yours."

  • Bit (noun)

    Specifically, a small amount of time.

    "I'll be there in a bit; I need to take care of something first."

    "He was here just a bit ago, but it looks like he's stepped out."

  • Bit (noun)

    A portion of something.

    "I'd like a big bit of cake, please."

  • Bit (noun)

    Somewhat; something, but not very great; also used like jot and whit to express the smallest degree.

    "Am I bored? Not a bit of it!"

  • Bit (noun)

    A prison sentence, especially a short one.

  • Bit (noun)

    An excerpt of material making up part of a show, comedy routine, etc.

    "His bit about video games was not nearly as entertaining as the other segments of his show."

  • Bit (noun)

    The part of a key which enters the lock and acts upon the bolt and tumblers.

  • Bit (noun)

    The cutting iron of a plane.

  • Bit (noun)

    A binary digit, generally represented as a 1 or 0.

  • Bit (noun)

    The smallest unit of storage in a digital computer, consisting of a binary digit.

  • Bit (noun)

    Any datum that may take on one of exactly two values.

    "status bits on IRC; permission bits in a file system"

  • Bit (noun)

    A unit of measure for information entropy.

  • Bit (noun)

    A microbitcoin, or a millionth of a bitcoin (0.000001 BTC).

  • Bit (adverb)

    To a small extent; in a small amount (usually with "a").

    "That's a bit too sweet."

  • Bit (verb)

    To put a bridle upon; to put the bit in the mouth of (a horse).

  • Bit (verb)

    , bitten

    "I have been bit by your dog!"

  • Bit (adjective)

    bitten.

    "Even though he's bit, of course the zombies would still chase him."

  • Bit (adjective)

    Having been bitten.

  • Nat (noun)

    A spirit in Burmese mythology, whose cult is followed alongside Buddhism.

  • Nat (noun)

    logarithmic unit of information or entropy, based on natural logarithms

  • Nat (adverb)

    Not. 14th-17th c.

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  • Bit (noun)

    a small piece, part, or quantity of something

    "he read bits of his work to me"

    "give the duck a bit of bread"

  • Bit (noun)

    a short time or distance

    "I fell asleep for a bit"

    "can you move over a bit?"

  • Bit (noun)

    a fairly large amount

    "working in a foreign country took quite a bit of getting used to"

  • Bit (noun)

    a set of actions or ideas associated with a specific group or activity

    "Miranda could go off and do her theatrical bit"

  • Bit (noun)

    a girl or young woman

    "he went and married some young bit half his age"

  • Bit (noun)

    a person's genitals

    "You could see everything! All her bits!"

  • Bit (noun)

    a unit of 12 1/2 cents (used only in even multiples).

  • Bit (noun)

    a mouthpiece, typically made of metal, which is attached to a bridle and used to control a horse.

  • Bit (noun)

    a tool or piece for boring or drilling

    "a drill bit"

  • Bit (noun)

    the cutting or gripping part of a plane, pincers, or other tool.

  • Bit (noun)

    the part of a key that engages with the lock lever.

  • Bit (noun)

    the copper head of a soldering iron.

  • Bit (noun)

    a unit of information expressed as either a 0 or 1 in binary notation.

  • Bit (verb)

    put a bit into the mouth of (a horse).

  • Bit (verb)

    restrain

    "my own hysteria was bitted by upbringing and respect"

  • Nat (noun)

    a person who advocates political independence for a particular country

    "winning the seat in central Scotland would give the Nats a massive psychological boost"

  • Nat (noun)

    a member or supporter of a political party called the National Party

    "the Nats had the most members, followed by Labor"

Oxford Dictionary
  • Bit (noun)

    The part of a bridle, usually of iron, which is inserted in the mouth of a horse, and having appendages to which the reins are fastened.

  • Bit (noun)

    Fig.: Anything which curbs or restrains.

  • Bit (noun)

    In the British West Indies, a fourpenny piece, or groat.

  • Bit (noun)

    A part of anything, such as may be bitten off or taken into the mouth; a morsel; a bite. Hence: A small piece of anything; a little; a mite.

  • Bit (noun)

    Somewhat; something, but not very great.

  • Bit (noun)

    A tool for boring, of various forms and sizes, usually turned by means of a brace or bitstock. See Bitstock.

  • Bit (noun)

    The part of a key which enters the lock and acts upon the bolt and tumblers.

  • Bit (noun)

    The cutting iron of a plane.

  • Bit (noun)

    In the Southern and Southwestern States, a small silver coin (as the real) formerly current; commonly, one worth about 12 1/2 cents; also, the sum of 12 1/2 cents.

  • Bit

    To put a bridle upon; to put the bit in the mouth of.

  • Bit

    imp. & p. p. of Bite.

  • Bit

    the smallest unit of information, equivalent to a choice between two alternatives, as yes or no; on or off.

  • Bit

    the physical representation of a bit of information in a computer memory or a data storage medium. Within a computer circuit a bit may be represented by the state of a current or an electrical charge; in a magnetic storage medium it may be represented by the direction of magnetization; on a punched card or on paper tape it may be represented by the presence or absence of a hole at a particular point on the card or tape.

  • Bit

    3d sing. pr. of Bid, for biddeth.

  • Nat (adverb)

    Not.

  • Nat

    Not at; nor at.

Webster Dictionary
Princeton's WordNet

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