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Can I use the phrase "A bit yet to go" saying about a small distance yet left to cover, let's say, by riding a horse or driving a car? The phrase fits into lyrics I'm trying to write. I've searched on Google, but the results seem to mean "yet more things to do" or something like that.

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    It's a lyric -- you can use anything you want. What you suggest is easily understood by native English speakers (at least in the US).
    – Hot Licks
    Jun 15, 2020 at 20:59
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    The very first "hit" when Googling define bit comes up with this: A small piece, part, or quantity of something. ‘give the duck a bit of bread’ / (a bit) A short time or distance. ‘I fell asleep for a bit’
    – Hot Licks
    Jun 15, 2020 at 21:03
  • Thanks! So, I will use it in that context Jun 15, 2020 at 21:43
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    I think 'a bit yet to go' is an elegant use of the words that take just the meaning you intend. Keep it up till you get there.
    – Elliot
    Jun 16, 2020 at 3:36

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