Bits and Bats

What does Bits and Bats mean?

Bits and Bats
Various things, assorted objects

Example

"Can you help me move these bits and bats up the stairs please?"

Bits and bats appears to be a peculiarly northern way of saying bits and bobs or 'bits and pieces', which is used in the south. It is prevalent in Manchester, Yorkshire, Tyneside etc.

See also bits and bobs.



Credit: contributed by Anon on 23-Sep-2012.

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