bit of the action

bit of the action

verb
See also: action, bit, of
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For a fair bit of the action, though, Loki takes a breather from badness on account of the fact that he's been imprisoned inside a glass cell while Malekith gets on with delivering his diabolic scheme.
Grasscam provides live coverage of the pitch in the run-up to the big kick-off and when Far Post took in a bit of the action yesterday we were shocked to witness a groundsman's boot on the playing surface.
Neale added: "A lot of people behind us on the grid, whilst they might be looking at the heat we get in the press, wouldn't mind a bit of the action we get.
I have moved up front as I want a bit of the action and so far it has gone well.
It's just a situation I'm going to have to deal with and hopefully I can get a bit of the action today.
Armed with binoculars, they were intent on catching every bit of the action on the field.
Calcutt then chose to have a bit of the action himself and took to the field, replacing Flynn.
Let's face it, we've all looked enviously on the disciples of false profits swanning about the place in their swanky yachts, having wild parties in one or another of their mansions, flitting between tax havens and opening every door with their platinum swipe cards and we've wanted a bit of the action.
PLAYED out in torrential rain yesterday, the famous Atherstone Ball Game proved it wasn't just for the big boys - the youngsters grabbed a bit of the action too.
In the absence of anything better to watch on Romanian television I caught a bit of the action.
Suddenly your best friend is getting a bit of the action.
Bev is also itching for a bit of the action by stepping into an F1 car with either the Minardi, McLaren or Arrows teams.
As soon as other sellers see how fast they sell, they'll want a bit of the action.
It was a great experience for us, particularly for me as I got on the park and sampled a bit of the action.
Jodi gave her a really good kiss and he even got a bit of the action himself.