a bit tired

1. adj.
มีเหนื่อยเล็กน้อย [-mī _neūay ¯lek¯nøi]

Lewis & Short latin dictionary. 2014.

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  • tired´ness — tired «tyrd», adjective. 1. weary; wearied; fatigued; exhausted: »The team was tired, but each boy continued to play as hard as he could. Figurative. His suit always looked a bit tired after he had worn it all week. 2. sick (of); …   Useful english dictionary

  • tired´ly — tired «tyrd», adjective. 1. weary; wearied; fatigued; exhausted: »The team was tired, but each boy continued to play as hard as he could. Figurative. His suit always looked a bit tired after he had worn it all week. 2. sick (of); …   Useful english dictionary

  • -tired — «tyrd», adjective. 1. weary; wearied; fatigued; exhausted: »The team was tired, but each boy continued to play as hard as he could. Figurative. His suit always looked a bit tired after he had worn it all week. 2. sick (of); …   Useful english dictionary

  • bit*/*/*/ — [bɪt] grammar word I summary: A bit can be: ■ an adverb: We waited a bit, and then decided to go. ♦ It s a bit cold in here, isn t it? ■ a pronoun: She only ate a little bit. ♦ I could use a bit of help. a bit informal 1) slightly, or a… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • bit — bit1 function word *** A bit can be used in the following ways: as an adverb: We waited a bit, and then decided to go. (before an adjective or adverb): It s a bit cold in here, isn t it? as a pronoun: She d only eaten a bit before she started… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bit — 1. n. 1 a small piece or quantity (a bit of cheese; give me another bit; that bit is too small). 2 (prec. by a) a a fair amount (sold quite a bit; needed a bit of persuading). b colloq. somewhat (am a bit tired). c (foll. by of) colloq. rather (a …   Useful english dictionary

  • Tired and emotional — This article is about the euphemism. For the album by Mary Coughlan, see Tired and Emotional. The phrase tired and emotional is a chiefly British euphemism for drunk. It was popularised by the British satirical magazine Private Eye in 1967 after… …   Wikipedia

  • not a/one bit — (or not (in) the least/smallest/slightest/tiniest bit) : not at all It didn t interest me a bit. = It didn t interest me one (single/little) bit. I m …   Useful english dictionary

  • a bit — informal 1) slightly or a little I m feeling a bit tired. That was a bit stupid. a bit more/less: The second interview was a bit less formal than the first. 2) a short time You ll have to wait a bit. for a bit: Why don t you come and stay with us …   English dictionary

  • not a bit — or not a bit of it Not at all • • • Main Entry: ↑bit * * * not a bit british informal phrase not at all It’s not a bit like any of the other paintings he’s done. Thesaurus …   Useful english dictionary

  • be tired and emotional — British & Australian, humorous to be drunk. Professor Davis looked a bit tired and emotional, to say the least …   New idioms dictionary

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