the meaning of in a bit


Senior Member
Dear all,

A native speaker took this example on Youtube to show how native speakers strike a dialogue in spoken English.
"Yeah dude so I get off work in like 30 minutes so if you wanna go get some grub or something, hit me up in a bit."

Does the 'in a bit' mean in a bit amount of money?

Thank you for your help.
  • Language Hound

    Senior Member
    American English
    No, it doesn't.
    I suggest you open a new thread for "hit me up."

    P.S. I hope you understand that that sentence is extremely informal and would only be spoken (by a certain sort of person) to a friend.
    I personally would not recommend speaking like that.
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