- small enough to fit in the mouth or be consumed in one or two bites: bite-size candies.
- very small.
- quickly or easily comprehended, resolved, etc.: bite-size problems.
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Examples from the Web for bite-size
In this epic monologue from Deep Blue Sea, a hungry shark makes a bite-size snack out of Jackson.‘Jaws,’ ‘Finding Nemo’ & More Hollywood Sharks (VIDEO)
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(And Other Concerns), is a cross between memoir and bite-size Twitter musings, of which Kaling has many.Mindy Kaling's Life Outside 'The Office'
November 4, 2011
Just as with their 140-character musings, Twitter users seem to end up in relationships that are bite-size.Twitter Use Is Bad for Romance
April 19, 2011
Potatoes are sliced into bite-size pieces, sautéed with onion, and bound with whisked egg.What to Eat: Tapas
February 23, 2010
Honey Caramels offer a bite-size dose of honey, a perfect little boost when you might need it.Five Aphrodisiac Foods
February 9, 2010
Chinese food is properly prepared, bite-size, in the kitchen.Have We No Rights?