How to Conjugate Bite Off
- Infinitive: Bite Off
- Present Tense: Bite Off/ Bites Off
- -ing Form: Biting Off
- Past Tense: Bit Off
- Past Participle: Bitten Off
Definitions of Bite Off:
1. To use your teeth to bite a piece of something.
Examples: According to reports, a woman bit off a man’s ear at Oktoberfest last year.
The dog bit the burglar’s finger off, making it easy for police to identify the intruder.
2. To copy or imitate something or someone.
Examples: China is known for biting off other countries’ products.
Samsung bit off Apple’s iPhone with the Galaxy.
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