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every bit

1. All (of something); every part (of something). That chocolate cake was so delicious that I ate every bit of it. Every bit of dust needs to be cleaned off these tables before your mother gets here. When you sign a contract, you should review every bit, including the fine print.
2. Just as; equally. I'm every bit as talented as Greg, and he got the promotion—I can't believe it!
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every bit

1. All of something, as in Eat every bit of that broccoli!
2. In all ways, equally. For example, He is every bit as smart as his sister. Also see every little bit helps.
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every bit

Informal
In all ways; equally: He is every bit as mean as she is.
See also: bit, every
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No longer would every machine on the network receive every bit of data.
Alan continues: "He told her the venue was every bit as we'd told him.
Kylie the star has become Kylie the woman and we now realise that she is every bit as vulnerable and fragile as the rest of us.
A professor of "Literature and Theology" at the University of Glasgow, Jasper observes that the myth of Oedipus is every bit as "valid" as scriptural myths (the Gospel of Matthew in this case).
Therefore, it is more important to find ways to help developing countries clean tip their act than to force every bit of clean air out of North American industries.
Maybe if the big thumbnails were expandable, maybe if the rules round every bit of image and text were replaced by some other graphic device--or none, maybe if the home page dispensed with the cover of John Harries biography of Pugin .
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There, my life partner and I plan to demonstrate with our friends to educate the delegation that our relationships and participation in the church are every bit as valid as those of different-gender couples.
But David Henshaw insisted the benefits would be worth the pain: ``I just see every crane, every bit of disruption,every bit of work being done as a gain,because for too many years we have been sitting here with nothing happening.
But David Henshaw insisted the benefits would be worth it,adding: ``I just see every crane, every bit of disruption, every bit of work being done as a gain,because for too many years we have been sitting here with nothing happening.
But they're every bit the equal of the larger M22 binoculars when it comes to magnification, laser protection and reticle features.
Anyone who has danced her heart out knows that it is every bit as strenuous--and dehydrating--as any aerobic sport.
Their presentation on low-lit gray walls emphasized both their delicacy and their dense construction, the imaginary interiors populated by half-humans creating a kind of perverted space, both repellent and faintly erotic and every bit as powerful as such "real" environments as Buchel's odorous cabin or Monica Bonvicini's re-creation of a vandalized security fence.
Massimo Migliuolo, Vice President of Mobile Sales Worldwide, Cisco Systems said: "This solution demonstrates that Cisco IOS Software is capable of supporting mobile networks based on SS7 every bit as effectively as, and more cost competitively than dedicated technologies which use Signal Switching Points and Signal Transfer Points.