"bite" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

bite
[baɪt]
sustantivo
1. mordisco (m) (of person, dog); picadura (f) (of insect); mordedura (f) picadura (f) (of snake)
2. bocado (m) (mouthful)
  • he took a bite out of the apple -> dio un bocado a la manzana
  • I haven't had a bite to eat all day -> no he probado bocado en todo el día
3. chispa (f) (sharpness, fierceness) (of speech, article)
  • this mustard has a bit of a bite -> esta mostaza está fuertecilla
verbo transitivo (pt bit [bɪt], pp bitten [ˈbɪtən])
4. morder (of person, dog); picar (of insect, snake)
  • the dog bit him in the leg -> el perro le mordió en la pierna
  • to bite one's nails -> morderse las uñas
5. (idioms)
  • to bite one's tongue -> morderse la lengua (stay silent)
  • to bite the bullet (familiar) -> agarrar el toro por los cuernos or las astas (RP)
  • to bite the dust (familiar) -> irse a pique or al garete or (scheme, plan) al cuerno (RP)
  • to bite the hand that feeds you -> morder la mano que nos da de comer
  • once bitten twice shy (Prov) -> gato escaldado del agua fría huye, el que se quemó con leche, ve una vaca y llora (RP)
verbo intransitivo
6. morder (person, dog); picar (insect, snake)
  • to bite into something -> dar un mordisco a algo
  • the cost bit into our savings (sentido figurado) -> los gastos supusieron una merma de nuestros ahorros
7. (sentido figurado) (be felt) (cuts)
    hacerse notar
8. (familiar) (be bad)
    ser una mierda (Estados Unidos)

bite [bait]
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
1. BIT, (n)
participio pasivo
2. BITTEN o BIT).
3. Morder, asir con los dientes haciendo presa con ellos, o cortando y despedazando alguna cosa; roer (person, dog).
  • To bite one’s nails -> morderse/comerse las uñas
  • The dog bit his finger off -> el perro le arrancó el dedo de un mordisco
  • To bite off more than one can chew -> tratar de abarcar más de lo que se puede
  • Once bitten, twice shy -> el gato escaldado del agua fría huye
  • To bite the dust -> morder el polvo, morir, caer vencido
  • To bite the bait -> picar el anzuelo
4. Punzar, picar (bug).
  • This mustard bites my tongue -> esta mostaza me quema la boca
5. Murmurar o satirizar, hiriendo la fama de alguno.
6. Engañar, clavar, defraudar.
  • To bite into something -> darle un mordisco a algo, hincarle el diente a algo
  • To bite on something -> morder algo
  • He bit back his words -> se mordió la lengua, fue a decir algo pero se contuvo
  • bite -> s
  • Take a bite of this -> prueba esto
  • To have/get two bites at the cherry -> tener una segunda oportunidad
7. Mordedura, la acción de picar el pez el cebo del anzuelo.
8. Bocado.
9. Engaño.
10. Engañador, impostor, ladrón, ratero. (Germania; Alemania)
11. Picadura (wound from insect).
12. Bocado (snack).
  • To have a snack (to eat) -> comer un bocado, comer algo
13. Lo fuerte (of flavor).
1. Mordedura (act), tarascada (fierce), la acción de morder. Mordedura (dog, snake). Mordacidad (sharpness).

bite [baɪt] bit (past)bitten (participle:past)
noun
1 (act) mordisco (m); (wound) [of dog, snake etc] mordedura (f); [of insect] picadura (f); (toothmark) dentellada (f)
to take a bite at morder; the dog took a bite at him el perro intentó morderlo; to take a bite out of [+apple etc] dar un mordisco a; especially (US) [+savings, budget] llevarse un pellizco de
He took a bite out of the apple and smacked his lips noisily
Local taxes are going to be taking a bigger bite out of people's income than they ever have before
he wants another or a second bite at the cherry quiere otra oportunidad; quiere probar otra vez
to put the bite on sb (US) hacer cerrar el pico a algn (informal)
2 [of food] bocado (m)
I've not had a bite to eat no he probado bocado; do you fancy a bite (to eat)? ¿te apetece algo (de comer)?; I'll get a bite (to eat) on the train tomaré algo en el tren
3 (Fishing)
are you getting any bites? ¿están picando?
4 (sharpness) mordacidad (f); [of food, drink] fuerza (f)
...the addition of tartaric acid to give the wine some bite
a novel with bite una novela mordaz; a speech with bite un discurso mordaz or incisivo; without any bite sin garra; there's a bite in the air hace un frío cortante
There was a bite in the air, soon it would snow
verb:transitive
1 [+dog, person] morder; [+bird, fish, insect] picar
it won't bite (you)! ¡no te va a morder!; ¡no muerde!
Don't be afraid of the ball: it won't bite you! The trick is not to be frightened of your computer. Remember, computers don't bite
to bite sth in two partir algo en dos de un mordisco; to bite one's nails comerse or morderse las uñas; what's biting you? ¿qué mosca te ha picado? (informal); to get bitten (be cheated) dejarse timar
Many home-selling schemes are dodgy, to say the least; make sure you don't get bitten
to be bitten with the desire to do sth tener el gusanillo de hacer algo (informal)
to bite the bullet enfrentarse al toro
Tour operators may be forced to bite the bullet and cut prices
to bite the dust (die) morder el polvo; (fail) venirse abajo
it's the old story of biting the hand that feeds you ya sabes "cría cuervos (y te sacarán los ojos)"
to bite one's lip or tongue morderse la lengua
I must learn to bite my lip He bit his tongue as he found himself on the point of saying "follow that car"
once bitten twice shy el gato escaldado del agua fría huye
2 [+acid] corroer; (Mec) asir; trabar
verb:intransitive
1 [+dog, person] morder; [+insect, fish] picar
to bite at tratar de morder
2 [+cuts, inflation etc] hacerse sentir
the strike is beginning to bite la huelga empieza a hacer mella

Verb Conjugations for "bite" (go to morder)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I bite I bit I will bite
you bite you bit you will bite
he/she bites he/she bit he/she will bite
we bite we bit we will bite
you bite you bit you will bite
they bite they bit they will bite
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