Idioms with BITE
bite the bullet
to do something unpleasant because it is necessary
We need to bite the bullet and cut the budget.
bite your tongue
to stop yourself from saying something
I didn’t believe his explanation but I bit my tongue.
bite the dust
to fail; to end in failure
Many small businesses bite the dust every year.
bite the hand that feeds you
to harm someone who has helped or supported you
It is rarely wise to bite the hand that feeds you.
bite off more than you can chew
to try to do too much; to try do something that is too difficult
I bit off more than I could chew when I took all those classes.