"She is a bit short."
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That one is (yi dian er) "a little bit" meaning not much, and the one we are learning now has more of a "bit too much" meaning. So "he was a little off", vs "he was a bit(too)short". Sounds similar, but different meanings. I'm not sure if they are interchangable, but the difference is clear.
Word Bank error - the audio is wrong when selecting 短 duǎn - for short. The robotic voice say 'ai' - maybe it's an Artificial Intelligence 'Scotty' from Star Trek, "Aye Cap'n, I'll take her to warp drive!"