do one's bit
volume
folder open
wordList
Close
British pronunciation/dˈuː wˈɒnz bˈɪt pˈɑːt/
American pronunciation/dˈuː wˈʌnz bˈɪt pˈɑːɹt/
01

to fulfill one's share of responsibilities

folder open
wordList
Close
to [do] {one's} (bit|part) definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "do one's bit" and when to use it?

The idiom "do one's bit" is believed to have originated in English in the late 19th or early 20th century. The expression refers to the idea of each person contributing their fair share to a collective effort. It is used to describe a situation where someone is fulfilling their responsibilities or obligations in a group or collective effort.

example
Example
examples
If you don't do your part with the slides, our presentation will never be finished on time.
I've done my part, and now it's time for him to do his.
She's been doing her part by volunteering at the local food bank every week.
Please do your part by donating what you can to the organization.
The team succeeded because everyone did their bit and worked together effectively.
download-mobile-app
Download Mobile App
Langeek Mobile Application
Download Application
Shareable cards

Meaning of "To [do] {one's} (bit|part)"
Copyright © 2024 Langeek Inc. | All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2024 Langeek Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Privacy Policy
instagramtelegramlinkedintwitterfacebook
langeek application

Download Mobile App

stars

app store