B-lit definitions

(computing) A logical operation in which a block of data is rapidly moved or copied in memory, most commonly used to animate two-dimensional graphics.
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(computing) To transfer by a blit operation.
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Origin of b-lit

From BitBLT, the name of a computer graphics operation which stands for bit-block transfer and is pronounced bit blit.