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bitThe tool used to crush or cut rock. Everything on a drilling rig directly or indirectly assists the bit in crushing or cutting the rock. The bit is on the bottom of the drillstring and must be changed [..]

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bitRelationships Related Term: byte character set n. ~ 1. A b(inary dig)it.  2. The smallest unit of information in a binary system. Notes: A string of bits can be used to represent a number using onl [..]

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bitThe smallest unit of information storage; a contraction of the term "binary digit;" one of two symbolsÑ"0" (zero) and "1" (one)  that are used to [..]

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bitSee Binary digit.

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bitFrom binary digit, is a basic unit of data storage, and has a value of either 0 or 1. Eight bits = one byte (See "Byte" below)

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bitA bit (binary digit) is the smallest unit of digital information. Eight bits equals one byte. Digital images are often described by the number of bits used to represent each pixel, i.e., a 1bit image [..]

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bitcomputerese word, 1948 abbreviation coined by U.S. computer pioneer John W. Tukey (19152000) of binary digit, probably chosen for its identity with bit (n.1).

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bitpast tense of bite.

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bit"small piece," c. 1200; related Old English bite "act of biting," and bita "piece bitten off," probably are the source of the modern words meaning "boringpiece of a [..]

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bitThe smallest piece of computer information, either the number 0 or 1. In short they are called binary digits.

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bitA binary digit (either 0 or 1); it is the most basic unit of data that can be recognized and processed by a computer.

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bitA 'bit' is a basic unit of information in computing, essentially a '1' or '0'. Bits per second (bps) is a common measure for data transmission speed. The speed in bps is [..]

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bitA unit of measurement indicating the information capacity of one binary digit.

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bitThe hardened and strengthened device at the end of a drill rod that transmits the energy of breakage to the rock. The size of the bit determines the size of the hole. A bit may be either detachable fr [..]

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bitBit [N]the curb put into the mouths of horses to restrain them. The Hebrew word (metheg) so rendered in Psalms 32:9 is elsewhere translated "bridle" ( 2 Kings 19:28 ; Proverbs 26:3 ; Isaiah [..]

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bitA binary unit of information. A small piece of sea ice; a single fragment of brash.

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bithorse's bit placed in between teeth to attach rein.

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bitThe smallest unit of information in a computer, with a value of either 0 or 1.

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bit BInary digiT. A 1 or a 0. The basic element of digital communication.

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bit(Binary DigIT) A single digit number in base2, in other words, either a 1 or a zero. The smallest unit of computerized data. Bandwidthis usually measured in bitspersecond. See also: Bandwidth, Bit, [..]

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bitBit is a single digit in the binary numbering system (base 2). For example: 1 is a bit or 0 is a bit.

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bitThe basic unit of data representation in digital computers. a memory location that can have one of two values.

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bitShort for binary digit (0 or 1). Lower case b is used in abbreviations to distinguish it from bytes. For example, KBps (thousand bytes per second) is 8 times as great as Kbps (thousand bits per second [..]

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bitAbbreviation for binary digit. Used in all digital communications. A bit is a binary unit, represented by either a "0" or a "1".

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bitElementary unit of information/data stored as a choice between two mutually exclusive possibilities, such as 1 or 0 in binary notation.

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bitspot: a small piece or quantity of something; &quot;a spot of tea&quot;; &quot;a bit of paper&quot;; &quot;a bit of lint&quot;; &quot;I gave him [..]

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bitBilateral investment treaty

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bitA binary digit, either a 0 or 1. In the U. S. , 8 bits make up one byte; in Europe, byte equals one word.

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bitA contraction of the term binary digit. The bit is the basic unit of digital data. It may be in one of two states, logic 1 or logic 0. It may be thought of as a switch which is either on or off. Bits [..]

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bitA baselevel unit of information for content storage and transport, a bit can have either 0 or 1 as its value, which also refer to on/off or yes/no. Eight bits equal a byte. Various levels of bytes (k [..]

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bitA bit is a single digit number that is in base of 2 (either a zero or one). Bandwidth usage is measured in bits per second.

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bita small piece of something

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bitAbbreviation for binary digit. 1. A character used to represent one of the two digits in the numeration system with a base of two, and only two, possible states of a physical entity or system. 2. In binary notation either of the characters 0 or 1. 3. A unit of information equal to one binary decision or the designation of one of two possible and eq [..]

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bitthe smallest unit of computer memory storage capacity.

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bit[from the mainstream meaning and `Binary digIT'] n. 1. [techspeak] The unit of information; the amount of information obtained by asking a yesorno question for which the two outcomes are equall [..]

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bitA bit (an acronym standing for Binary digIT) was a unit of information stored in a computer. It was commonly represented as a zero (0) or one (1).

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bitWebGuest Dictionary The smallest unit of computerized data. A bit is either "on" or "off" and is represented by "1" or "0".

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bitBit is Binary Digit. It refers to a digit number, either a 0 or a 1. The binary digit is used to represent computerized data.

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bitis the smallest unit of data. There are 8 bits to a byte.

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bitBinary digIT. A single digit number in base2 (binary), in other words, either a one or a zero. The smallest unit of computerized data. The term 'bit' was coined by early computer scientist [..]

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bitthe curb put into the mouths of horses to restrain them. The Hebrew word (metheg) so rendered in Ps. 32:9 is elsewhere translated "bridle" (2 Kings 19:28; Prov. 26:3; Isa. 37:29). Bits were [..]

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bitA bit (short for binary digit) is the smallest unit of measurement in computing. 8 bits make up 1 byte.

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bitA measure of quantity of data. A bit is one binary digit, a 0 or a 1.

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bitA Bit is an individual binary digit. A Byte is a collection of 8 bits.

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bitShort for binary digit, the smallest unit of information on a machine. The term was first used in 1946 by John Tukey, a leading statistician and adviser to five presidents. A single bit can hold only [..]

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bitBinary digIT  A bit is the smallest unit of computerised data. A bit is represented by a 0 or a 1. Eight bits typically make up a byte.

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bitbisl or bisel

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bitThe smallest unit of information in the binary system of notation.

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bitA contraction of binary digit, either of the two values (0 and 1) used in the binary number system and as the smallest unit of storage in digital computers. In personal computers, data is stored and p [..]

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bitAn abbreviation for binary digit. A single character in a binary number. A single pulse in a group of pulses. A unit of information capacity of a storage device.

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bitNoun. A woman. Abb. of 'bit of fluff' or 'bit of skirt', generally a person viewed sexually. Derog.

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bitA bit is the smallest measure of data. It is a compilation of letter from Binary digIT. See byte; it takes 8 bits to make a byte. Don't know your KB from your MB? You can see the conversion of bit flow rate units in our Data Rate Converter. If you are seeking byte conversion, please use our Memory and Storage Converter. For sample download tim [..]

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bitShort for binary digit, the smallest unit of information on a machine. A single bit can hold only one of two values: 0 or 1.

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bitThe number of bits used to represent a character. For personal computers a byte is usually 8 bits.

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bitA binary digit that is 1 or 0. A string of bit's makes a byte (see below)

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bitA unit of measurement that represents one figure or character of data. A bit is the smallest unit of storage in a computer. Since computers actually read 0s and 1s, each is measured as a bit. The letter A consists of 8 bits which amounts to one byte. Bits are often used to measure the capability of a microprocessor to process data, such as 16bit o [..]

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bit(Binary DigIT)  A bit is the smallest unit of computerized data, comprised of either a 0 (off) or a 1 (on). Bandwidth is usually measured in bitspersecond. See Also: Bandwidth, Bps, Byte

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bitA minor acting role in which an actor may only speak a few lines.

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bitContraction of binary digit. A bit is the smallest measurement unit of computer memory or data transmission speed, e.g. via a Modem. See the entry on Measurement Units. See Byte, Kilobit, Kilobyte, Me [..]

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bitA single piece of computer information  either 0 or 1 (off or on).

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bitA bit is the smallest unit of information on a computer. This is rarely referred to as the more common unit is the byte, which is a groupof 8 bits.

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bitIn computers, the basic unit of digital information; contraction of Binary digit.

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bitShort for "Binary Digit". The smallest piece if binary digital data and is represented by either a "1" or a "0". Numbers of bits are used in digital video as a representation of signal quality (i.e. an 8bit signal can have 256 levels from black to white while a 10bit signal can have 1024 levels).

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bitBinary digit. The basic unit of all digital communications. A bit is a "1" or "0" in a binary language.

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bitIn information theory, a single bit

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bitA bit is the smallest unit of information that a computer can work with. Each bit is either a "1" or a "0". Often computers work with groups of bits rather than one bit at a time; [..]

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bitA stainless steel, rubber or aluminum bar, attached to the bridle, which fits in the horse's mouth and is one of the means by which a jockey exerts guidance and control. The most common racing bi [..]

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bitThe most basic unit of information on a computer. In accordance with binary code, each bit is designated as either a 1 or a 0; all other information stored on the computer is composed of combinations [..]

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bitThe smallest unit of information in a binary system, consisting of a “0” or a “1” (formed from Binary Digit).

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bitA single numeric character. Each bit of a binary number can either be 0 or 1. Physically, a memory cell within the computer and the smallest unit of information in a computer. The value of a bit represents a simple twoway choice, such as yes or no, on or off, positive or negative, something or nothing. The small unit of information (usually either [..]

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bitUnit of measurement used for computing and telecommunication purposes. See Byte.

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bitcontraction of the term Binary Digit. The smallest unit of information a computer can process, representing one of two states (usually indicated by “1” or “0”).

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bitA hardened steel bar or plate that is shaped according to the operation to be performed and the material to be machined.

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bitA parallel or taper shank drill tool

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bitA bit is the smallest unit of information that a computer can work with. Each bit is either a one or a zero. Often computers work with chunks of bits rather than one bit at a time; the smallest chunk [..]

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bitA binary digit. The smallest unit of information represented by one of two states (usually 0 or 1). It is often denoted by a lower case ‘b’ as in Mbs (megabits per second). Or the amount of informati [..]

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bitShort for binary digit. A number expressed in binary notation utilizes the digits 1 and 0, and these are called bits. Any number can be expressed with combinations of them.

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bitThe smallest element of computerized data. A full text page in English is about 16,000 bits. (See also “Byte”)

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bitThe base unit of information in computing. For our purposes, also the base unit of measuring network speeds. 1 bit is a single piece of information. Network speeds tend to be measured by bits per seco [..]

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bitOne binary digit, in base 2. The basic unit for electronically stored or transmitted data. See also: Byte.

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bitBinary Digit. The basic units of computer data – either a one or a zero.

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bitThe smallest unit of storage in a computer, this represents a single letter or character.

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bitA basic storage unit used in computers; a bit can only be one of two values '1' or'0'.Data is stored in a computer as a combination of bits (eight together are referred to as a byte).

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bit(Binary DigIT)

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bitThe unit of measure which represents a single character of data. The smallest unit of storage on a computer.

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bitIn a computer, all digital data is made up of bits and bytes. When computers talk or write to each other, they represent all of the information in 'ones and zeros'known as binary codes (1's and 0's).

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bitA single piece of data. A bit has a numerical value of either "1" or "0".

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bitShort for binary digit. The smallest form of computer memory, a bit is either on or off (ie  1 or 0). 8 bits form a byte.

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bitBIT (Binary digit). Modems send information in a serial stream of zeros and ones. Each of these zeros or ones is called a bit. Eight bits is enough to encode one ASCII (American Standard Code for Info [..]

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bitA binary unit.

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bit(Binary DigIT)  A single digit number in base2, in other words, either a 1 or a zero. The smallest unit of computerized data. Bandwidth is usually measured in bitspersecond. See Also: Bandwidth

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bitthe tiniest unit of data, represented by a 0 or 1

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bitA reduction in binary unit, a bit is a unit of information that is conveyed in either a 1 or a 0.

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bitBits are the elements of digital data. All letters, documents, sound, images or other information held in digital format is stored and processed as a stream of ones and zeroes. Each individual 0 or 1 [..]

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bitA bit can either be on or off; one or zero. All computer data can ultimately be reduced to a series of bits. The term is also used as a (very rough) measure of sound quality, color quality, and even p [..]

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bitA single digit number in base2. In other words, either a 1 or a 0. The smallest unit of computerized data.

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bitA single digit number in base2, in other words, either a 1 or a zero. The smallest unit of computerized data. Bandwidth is usually measured in bitspersecond.

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bitThis is the smallest unit of digital information with which computers operate.

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bitThe smallest element of computer storage, a bit is a single digit in a binary number (0 or 1). A computer uses 8 bits to store one text character.

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bitBinary DigITa singledigit number in base2; in other words, either a 1 or a 0; the smallest unit of computerized data. Bandwidth is usually measured in bits per second. See also: bandwidth, bps, byte, kilobyte, megabyte

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bitThe smallest piece of digital information understood by computers.

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bitA contraction of binary digit, a bit is the smallest unit of information that a computer can hold. The speed at which bits are transmitted or bit rate is usually expressed as bits per second or bps. [..]

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bitThe basic unit of information in a computer. A bit is one binary digit, either a "1" or a "0".

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bit(n) a small piece or quantity of something(n) a small fragment of something broken off from the whole(n) an indefinitely short time(n) an instance of some kind(n) piece of metal held in horse's m [..]

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bitA bit (binary digit) is the smallest unit of digital information. A bit can have only two values (0 or 1). Originally the name "bigit" was used. The term was probably introduced by a scienti [..]

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bitStands for binary digit. A bit is either on or off and is represented by "1" or "0". A collection of bits are put together to form a byte.

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bitThe smallest unit of information in a computer, can either equal 0 or 1. Eight bits equal one byte.

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bitThe smallest unit of information in a computer, can either equal 0 or 1. Eight bits equal one byte.

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bitÁ piece.

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bitTo take the bit in (or between) his teeth. To be obstinately selfwilled; to make up one’s mind not to yield. When a horse has a mind to run away, he catches the bit “between his tee [..]

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bitMoney. The word is used in the West Indies for a half pistareen (fivepence). In Jamaica, a bit is worth sixpence, English; in America, 12 1/2 cents; in Ireland, tenpence.

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bitAn acronym for BInary digiT. It is the basic unit of information in the computer world. A bit is a digit in binary form and carries one of two values, 0 or 1.

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bitA single on/off binary position. If the position is set to 1 the bit is "on." If the position is off the bit would be set to 0. 8 bits make a byte. (Now that makes me hungry!)

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bitA numeric quantity with precisely two values, such as 0 and 1, false and true, up or down, and so forth. Key point: In many contexts, each additional bit means "twice as much". 8 extra [..]

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bita binary digit, 0 or 1. Computers process all information digitally in the form of bits. Eight bits make a byte, 1,024 bytes make a kilobyte, 1,024 kilobytes make a megabyte, etc. See byte.

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bitA stainless steel, rubber or aluminum bar that is attached to the bridle, which fits in the horse's mouth and is one of the means by which a jockey exerts guidance and control. The most common ra [..]

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bitA star or chisel pointed tip forged or screwed (detachable) to the end of a drill steel.

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bit A single binary digit, can be either a 0 or 1.

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bitThe smallest amount of information that can be transmitted. In binary digital transmission, a bit has one of two values: 0 or 1. A combination of bits can indicate an alp [..]

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bitAbbreviated with small "b". Binary Digit. The smallest unit of data in a computer.

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bitThe smallest unit for measuring data.

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bitIn computer science, a single character of a language having just two characters, as either of the binary digits 0 or 1; a unit of information equivalent to the choice of either of two equally likely alternatives; a unit of information storage capacity, as of memory.

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bit The smallest unit of data in a computer. A bit has a single binary value of either 0 or 1. There are eight bits in a byte.

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bitThe smallest unit of memory. The word comes from binary

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bitA binary digit. The values of a bit are either "0" or "1". Eight bits form a byte.

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bitA binary digit, the smallest piece of data a computer can manipulate.

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bitA single unit of information. Often referred to as a 1 or 0 in the binary system and as an "on" or "off" state in computer operations.

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bitBit is short for 'binary' digit  the smallest unit of data in digital systems; it can have a value of '1' or '0'. A group of 8bits compose what is referred to as a byte.

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bitA shortened name for binary digit 0 or 1. This is the smallest unit of digital information used by a computer or digital camera.

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bitBinary digit, the smallest unit of digital information a computer can work with.

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bitA contraction of "binary digit", representing the number 1 or 0 in the base 2 number system that computers work with.

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bitShort for 'binary digit', a bit is the smallest piece of information that can be handled by a computer and has a value of 0 or 1.

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bitThis is a Binary Digit and can either be one of two states  0 or 1. Bitmap

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bitA unit of measurement indicating the information capacity of one binary digit.

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bitAbbreviation for binary digit; the smallest unit of information a computer can use. A bit is either one or zero (a high or low voltage state).

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bitShort for "Binary Digit". The smallest piece if binary digital data and is represented by either a "1" or a "0". Numbers of bits are used in digit [..]

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bitThe smallest unit of storage used in computing; a digit in the binary numeral system it can be 1 or 0.

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bitA computing term referencing Binary digIT. A BIT is the smallest unit of data a computer can handle. BITs are represented by the binary number code (0 or 1).

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bitThe smallest unit of digital information, eight bits is equal to one byte. An image can be described by the number of bits representing a single pixel. The more bits available, the greater range of color the image will have (i.e. 1bit = monochrome; 8 bit= 256 colors or grayscale; 24 & 32 bit = even greater range).

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bitMetal bar on a bridle that goes in the horses mouth and is used to control the horse while riding.

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bitBuilt in Test

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bitA bit, short for binary digit, is defined as the most basic unit of data in telecommunications and computing. Each bit is represented by either a 1 or a 0 and this can be executed in various systems t [..]

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bitA single binary unit of information where the information is either a 1 or a 0 for notation. If you have 8bits this is also referred to as a byte. If you have 16bits this is also referred as two bytes or a word. However, some words can be 16, 32 or even 64bits long.

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bitCutting blade used in rodding (pipe clearing) operations. Cutting teeth on the auger head of a sewer boring tool.

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bit, (1) sb. The bit of a key is the part that is cut to pass the wards of the lock. (2) sb. to ‘come to the bit,’ is to come to the point; to arrive at the last stage of a bargain.

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bitAn integer in the range from 0 to 1, inclusive. The smallest possible unit of information storage. An eighth of a byte or of a dollar. (The term "Pieces of Eight" comes from being able to split the old Spanish dollar into 8 bits, each of which still counted for money. That's why a 25cent piece today is still "two bits".)

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bitElementary unit of information/data stored as a choice between two mutually exclusive possibilities, such as 1 or 0 in binary notation.

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bitPrison sentence

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bitA contraction of Binary Digit, abbreviation 'b'. A digital (as opposed to analogue) computer recognises only two states in the smallest item of information available to it  typically represented as 0 and 1. This smallest available item of information is called a Bit. Because digital computers can only recognise two states, they ca [..]

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bitAbbreviation for binary digit. A bit is a unit of data that can have a value of 0 or 1. It is the smallest unit of data that can be stored in a computer.

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bitAn integer in the range from 0 to 1, inclusive. The smallest possible unit of information storage. An eighth of a byte

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bitOne binary digit. A bit can be either a 1 or 0, either on or off. This is the smallest piece of information in the PLC. Typically eight bits make a byte and 16 bits make a word. See also: Binary, Bina [..]

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bitShort for “Binary Digit.” All values in computer memory ultimately reduce to binary digits: values that are either zero or one. Groups of bits may be interpreted differently—as integers, floatingpoin [..]

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bitA unit of information derived from a choice between two equally probable alternatives or ‘events’; such a unit stored electronically in a computer, e.g. 1 and 0.

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bita unit of memory that can hold 0 or 1. An individual bit cannot be directly accessed in C++ (the unit of addressing is a byte), but a bit can be accessed through a bitfield or by using the bitwise [..]

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bitBuiltIn Test or Binary Digit

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bitWhen a defender falls for a fake, Example: “Ricky Manning bit on Deion Branch’s hitch and it was a big gainer for Branch.”

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bitThe smallest unit that can carry information in a computer  this is a base 2 number, equaling either 0 or 1.

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bitA binary digit. This is the smallest unit of information and is valued at either zero or one.

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bitA basic unit of computer information; abbreviation of binary digit.

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bita unit of the binary code that consists of either a single "1" or "O."

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bitThe smallest unit of information (normally either a 0 or a 1) recognizable by a computer. A contraction of “binary digit”.

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bita 1 or 0 used in binary code.

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bitA measurement of data that is the smallest unit of data. A bit is either the "1" or "0" component of the binary code. A collection of bits is put together to form a byte.

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bitA bit is the basic unit of information in computing. It can have only one of two values commonly represented as either a 0 or 1.The two values can be interpreted as any twovalued attribute (yes/no, on/off, etc).

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bitA binary digit, taking a value of either 0 or 1. Binary digits are a basic unit of information storage and communication in digital computing and digital .

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bitA drilling tool that cuts the hole. Bits are designed on two basic and different principles. The cable tool bit moves up and down to pulverize. The rotary bit revolves to grind.

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bitA sophisticated cutting tool used in drilling. Two types are used  rock bits (roller cone) and diamond bits. Roller cone bits are the most commonly used. High performance diamond bits are selected wh [..]

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bit The tool attached to the lower end of the drillpipe; a heavy steel head equipped with various types of cutting or grinding teeth. Some are fixed; some turn on bearings. A hole in the bottom of the d [..]

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bit A bit used to start the borehole; a bit that is some variation of the fishtail or drag bit, one used in soft, unconsolidated, nearsurface material.

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bitsee drill bit.

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bitA bit is the drilling tool that bores or cuts into the earth. There are two basic types: the cable tool bit which moves up and down the hole, striking the bottom, chipping away the rock, and the rotar [..]

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bitThe cutting or boring element used in drilling oil and gas wells. The bit consists of a cutting element and a circulating element. The circulating element permits the passage of drilling fluid and uti [..]

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bitThe cutting or boring element used in drilling oil and gas wells. The bit consists of a cutting element and a circulating element. The circulating element allows the passage of drilling fluid and employs the hydraulic force of the fluid stream to improve drilling rates. In rotary drilling, several drill collars are joined to the bottom end of the d [..]

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bitA bit is a "binary digit," that is, a single value that makes up a binary number. A bit can be either 1 or 0. See Binary.

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bitBar in horse's mouth which is used to guide or control horse.

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bitA joke or, more often, a series of related jokes. “His bit about jogging killed, but the doctor’s office bit was too long—it definitely needs some more polishing.”

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bitThe smallest unit of digital information representing a single “0” or 1.

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A piece of metal placed in a horse's mouth and connected to reins to direct the animal.
(A horse hates having a bit put in its mouth.)
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bit eighth of a dollar
(mathematics,computing) bit binary digit
(computing) bit smallest unit of storage
(information theory,cryptography) bit datum that may take on one of exactly two values
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bitcontraction of the expression “binary digit”; smallest unit of data in a computer

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bitThe bit (a portmanteau of binary digit) is a basic unit of information used in computing and digital communications. A binary digit can have only one of two values, and may be physically represented w [..]

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bitA bit is a unit of information storage on a computer.
Bit or BIT may also refer to:

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bitThe word bit is a colloquial expression referring to specific coins in various coinages throughout the world.

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bitThe bit of a key is the part that actually engages the locking mechanism of a lock. (For example the tumblers in a pin tumbler lock.)
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bitBIT was an information service, publisher, travel guide and social centre founded, in 1968, by John "Hoppy" Hopkins. It predated the internet as a free service that would try to find any in [..]

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bitA bit is a type of horse tack used in equestrian activities, usually made of metal or a synthetic material, and is placed in the mouth of a horse or other equid and assists a rider in communicating wi [..]

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bit The smallest unit of memory storage.

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bitThe smallest unit of information in a computer, with a value of either 0 or 1.

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bitBinary digit, the smallest unit of digital information a computer can work with.

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bitAbbreviation for “binary digit,” the most common unit computers use for representing data internally.

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