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bite-size

or bite-sized

[bahyt-sahyz] /ˈbaɪtˌsaɪz/
adjective
1.
small enough to fit in the mouth or be consumed in one or two bites:
bite-size candies.
2.
very small.
3.
quickly or easily comprehended, resolved, etc.:
bite-size problems.
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  • Chinese food is properly prepared, bite-size, in the kitchen.

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