"chomping at the bit" meaning from the following?

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Harisha M GEngineerCommented:
Hi she1,
chomp [chomp]
or chump [chump]
vti (past chomped, past participle chomped, present participle chomp·ing, 3rd person present singular chomps) (past chumped, past participle chumped, present participle chump·ing, 3rd person present singular chumps)
chew noisily: to take big bites of food and chew steadily, noisily, and with obvious satisfaction (informal)  


n (plural chomps) (informal)
1.  noisy bite: a big noisy bite into something  
2.  sound of bite: the sound made by noisy energetic biting or chewing  

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she1Author Commented:
at the bit

what is the bit meaning?
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she1Author Commented:
champ: 2 : to show impatience of delay or restraint -- usually used in the phrase champing at the bit <he was champing at the bit to begin>

bit: 2 : something bitten or held with the teeth: a : the usually steel part of a bridle inserted in the mouth of a horse b : the rimmed mouth end on the stem of a pipe or cigar holder

SWOneCommented:
Specifically, 'cho/amping at the bit' is a reference to a bridled horse eager to move, but being held back by the driver pulling on the reins, forcing the bit into the horse's mouth. Which it then cho/amps. It means 'Eager to go.'
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