nibble

  1. a small byte
  2. gentle biting

nibble

show some inclination to accept (an offer) 
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Nibble

Half a byte, details ...
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nibble

[n] - gentle biting 2. [v] - bite off very small pieces 3. [v] - eat intermittently 4. [v] - eat lightly
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Nibble

four binary bits, i.e. two nibbles make a byte
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Nibble

A group of four bits or half a byte (8-bits). See also: Binary Notation, Bit, Byte, Least Significant Bit (LSB), Most Significant Bit (MSB).
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Nibble

One half of a byte.
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Nibble

Nib'ble transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Nibbled ; present participle & verbal noun Nibbling .] [ Confer Nip .] To bite by little at a time; to seize gently with the mouth; to eat slowly or in small bits. « Thy t...
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Nibble

Nib'ble noun A small or cautious bite.
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nibble

noun gentle biting
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nibble

piece verb eat intermittently; take small bites of; `He pieced at the sandwich all morning`; `She never eats a full meal--she just nibbles`
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Nibble

• (n.) A small or cautious bite. • (v. t.) To bite upon something gently or cautiously; to eat a little of a thing, as by taking small bits cautiously; as, fishes nibble at the bait. • (v. t.) To bite by little at a time; to seize gently with the mouth; to eat slowly or in small bits. • (v. t.) To bite by little at a time; to se...
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Nibble

Nibble is British slang for bar snacks.
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nibble

a unit of information used in computer science. A nibble is 4 bits or 1/2 byte. The cuter spelling nybble, suggested by byte, is sometimes used. In different contexts, a group of 4 bits is sometimes called a quadbit or a hexit.
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Nibble

Rats may nibble their own skin or that of other rats with their teeth. Under normal circumstances they do not bite off the fur, but rather appear to be combing the fur with their teeth and nibbling the skin underneath. (Like eating corn on the cob) If nibbling is excessive it may become self-barbering or barbering of another rat.
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Nibble

[magazine] Nibble was a magazine for Apple II computer users with a focus on hobbyist programming. The name meant `half a byte` (perhaps in reference to Byte) or `four bits.` Its slogan was `The Magazine for Apple II Enthusiasts.` Most of the articles incorporated the source code of a small to medium-sized utility, application program, or g...
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Nibble

In computing, a nibble (often nybble or even nyble to match the vowels of byte) is a four-bit aggregation, or half an octet. As a nibble contains 4 bits, there are sixteen (24) possible values, so a nibble corresponds to a single hexadecimal digit (thus, it is often referred to as a `hex digit` or `hexit`). A full byte (octet) is represented b...
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Nibble

When a batsman indecisively pushes at a delivery pitched outside of off stump, rather than leaving it or playing a committed stroke. Term derived from the tentative way a mouse has a nibble at cheese. Contact with the ball will often result in an edge to the wicketkeeper or slips.
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Nibble

One-half of a byte, which can be represented by a single hexadecimal digit.
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