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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
titbittit‧bit /ˈtɪtˌbɪt/ noun [countable] British English  1 DFa small piece of food syn tidbit American English2 titbit of information/gossip/news etc
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titbitIt's more than a titbit.Not that it stopped her from gobbling up every cultural titbit dropped before her.It put its wet nose on each of their knees in turn, for titbits.He had guessed that Hardy wouldn't keep that titbit to himself.Local chargepayers and the environment will benefit ... only the gulls will lose out on their usual titbits.
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