English version

tidbit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtidbittid‧bit /ˈtɪdˌbɪt/ noun [countable] American English 🔊 🔊 1 PIECEa small piece of food that tastes good syn titbit British English2 PIECEa small but interesting piece of information, news etc syn titbit British Englishtidbit of 🔊 juicy tidbits of hot news
Examples from the Corpus
tidbittidbits of gossipTrestle tables were laid out with plates of ham, prawns and tidbits.Information baubles and still usable pop-culture tidbits are strewn about.Josie intends to join him when she has completed her assignment for Jones, a hardened veteran of the juicy tidbit wars.Salespeople love to call Fidelity with juicy tidbits of hot news in hopes of getting some business.It helps not to be hungry to enjoy this tidbit, since the flavors are meant to be savored.tidbits of ... newsSalespeople love to call Fidelity with juicy tidbits of hot news in hopes of getting some business.
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