a tad bit

a tad bit

A small portion, degree, or amount. It got a tad bit warm when the sun started shining so I'm not going to need to wear this coat today. I forgot my lunch, can I have a tad bit of yours? I'm afraid I've caught a tad bit of a cold.
See also: bit, tad
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NOT SO FRESH off of a six-week stint in Europe and Japan (they had just flown in the night before and were feeling a tad bit groggy), I caught up with the Velvet Teen in the basement of the Great American Music Hall.
It was a tad bit chillier than she would have liked it to be, but there was plenty of room for her to paint.
No doubt, you are a tad bit confused when it comes to buying a bond fund over a stock fund.