有点 in a way
有点 kind of
有点 a little
有点苦恼 a bit trying ;
有点毛病 be wrong with ;something is wrong with
有点玄乎 a bit iffy
有点兴奋 he was kind of exciting
有点难 a little difficult ;
有点胖 A little fat ;
有点吓人 A bit scary
有点深奥 somewhat abstruse
1. I get a bit uptight these days. Hormones, I suppose.
2. “Well,” he conceded, “I do sometimes mumble a bit.”
3. He faced the press, initially, in a somewhat subdued mood.
4. He was quiet, conscientious, a bit of a plodder.
5. Somewhat ingenuously, he explains how the crime may be accomplished.
6. There’s something about the way he talks of her that doesn’t fit.
7. Carol was absent-minded and a little slow on the uptake.
8. The light’s a bit too harsh. You can turn it off.
9. Not surprisingly, her teacher is getting irritated with her.
10. “Frankly I found it rather frightening.” — “A little startling,” Mark agreed.
11. Some of those artillery pieces look a little elderly.
12. He explained somewhat unconvincingly that the company was paying for everything.
13. I just think you’re getting a little bit above yourself.
14. I too found this story a little hard to swallow.
15. I’m a bit unsettled tonight. This war thing’s upsetting me.
You’ll have to push hard; that door is a bit stubborn.
One or two of the students in my class are a bit dense.
The child is a bit feverish.
You might find a bit of meat left on the chicken carcass.
She’s growing rather stout.
These shoes are rather too big.
Try something more and try something new!
I am gentle and a little bit introverted.