titbit Wloski

wymowa
s. leccornia, bocconcino; primizia, notizia sensazionale

Przykładowe zdania

I leave a few tidbits out now and then, to persuade him to spare Karsh’s chickens.
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Marty watched the birds swooping in the roof of the building, alighting on the landing rails for tidbits.
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Not as good as old Reevis and his aide, but a few juicy tidbits.
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I will be very grateful if you can send us even a small tidbit of information.
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"The Mystery Man on the Beach", prize titbit by Mr Leopold Bloom.
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And another little tidbit, cousin.
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And I assume you added that irrelevant tidbit because you're moved by the son's idiotic tribute and think it justifies keeping your daughter in New Jersey.
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Aren't you a scrumptious little tidbit.
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I think I might even include a little tidbit of this desperate conversation.
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I mean, let's not forget that little tidbit, right?
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Synonimy

delicacy: sweetmeat, dainty


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