a bit on the side


a bit on the side
Australian Slang
sexual relations outside of a marriage or monogamous relationship

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  • bit on the side Brit. — bit on the side Brit. informal 1》 a person with whom one is unfaithful to one s partner. 2》 money earned outside one s normal job. → bit …   English new terms dictionary

  • bit on the side — ► bit on the side informal 1) a person with whom one is unfaithful to one s partner. 2) money earned outside one s normal job. Main Entry: ↑bit …   English terms dictionary

  • bit on the side — see under ↑bit1 • • • Main Entry: ↑side …   Useful english dictionary

  • bit on the side — noun A secondary lover, a mistress. Im married to Paula, but Jackie, my bit on the side, is far more fun …   Wiktionary

  • bit on the side — Noun. 1. A sexual relationship extra to one s usual partner, an affair. 2. The other person in a sexual affair …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • (a) bit on the side — a bit on the side british informal phrase someone you have a sexual relationship with, even though you are married or in a serious relationship with someone else She didn’t want to be just his bit on the side. Thesaurus: fidelity, infidelity and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • (a) bit on the side — British & Australian if someone has a bit on the side, they are involved in a sexual relationship with someone who is not their usual partner. He had a bit on the side for years until his wife found out. I knew she d never leave her husband for… …   New idioms dictionary

  • a bit on the side — (slang) (one s partner in) extramarital sexual relations • • • Main Entry: ↑bit …   Useful english dictionary

  • a bit on the side — British informal someone you have a sexual relationship with, even though you are married or in a serious relationship with someone else She didn t want to be just his bit on the side …   English dictionary

  • A bit on the side — sexual relations outside of a marriage or monogamous relationship …   Dictionary of Australian slang