a separate part of a whole
"an important piece of the evidence"
an item that is an instance of some type
"he designed a new piece of equipment"; "she bought a lovely piece of china";
a portion of a natural object
"they analyzed the river into three parts"; "he needed a piece of granite"
small-arm, function, role, theatrical role, portion, objet d'art, slice, bit, section, firearm, constituent, share, composition, character, division, part, patch, piece of music, contribution, man, component, region, spell, persona, while, component part, percentage, art object, parting, office, opus, voice, musical composition
musical composition, opus, composition, piece, piece of music(noun)
a musical work that has been created
"the composition is written in four movements"
theme, bit, objet d'art, constitution, paper, physical composition, patch, penning, composition, report, art object, small-arm, part, writing, make-up, composing, authorship, makeup, while, spell, piece of music, firearm, man, musical composition, slice, typography, opus
an instance of some kind
"it was a nice piece of work"; "he had a bit of good luck"
chip, second, objet d'art, snatch, patch, man, composition, minute, moment, art object, morsel, flake, act, small-arm, number, part, turn, fleck, routine, spot, scrap, while, mo, spell, piece of music, firearm, musical composition, slice, bit, bite, opus
an artistic or literary composition
"he wrote an interesting piece on Iran"; "the children acted out a comic piece to amuse the guests"
firearm, piece, small-arm(noun)
a portable gun
"he wore his firearm in a shoulder holster"
a serving that has been cut from a larger portion
"a piece of pie"; "a slice of bread"
"it is down the road a piece"
objet d'art, art object, piece(noun)
a work of art of some artistic value
"this store sells only objets d'art"; "it is not known who created this piece"
while, piece, spell, patch(noun)
a period of indeterminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition
"he was here for a little while"; "I need to rest for a piece"; "a spell of good weather"; "a patch of bad weather"
darn, small-arm, turn, maculation, spot, eyepatch, bandage, objet d'art, slice, bit, firearm, trance, composition, dapple, part, plot of land, patch, temporary hookup, tour, fleck, go, piece of music, man, enchantment, spell, speckle, charm, while, art object, magical spell, magic spell, plot, opus, plot of ground, mend, musical composition
a share of something
"a slice of the company's revenue"
game equipment consisting of an object used in playing certain board games
"he taught me to set up the men on the chess board"; "he sacrificed a piece to get a strategic advantage"
small-arm, humans, humanity, military personnel, homo, human race, piece of music, objet d'art, slice, bit, firearm, valet, humankind, part, serviceman, patch, adult male, human beings, world, man, human being, spell, composition, valet de chambre, while, art object, gentleman, human, military man, opus, gentleman's gentleman, mankind, musical composition
to join or unite the pieces of
"patch the skirt"
assemble, piece, put together, set up, tack, tack together(verb)
create by putting components or members together
"She pieced a quilt"; "He tacked together some verses"; "They set up a committee"
tack on, tack together, wear round, put together, found, prepare, foregather, instal, tack, hang on, fix, establish, put in, pick, gear up, put up, meet, frame, entrap, alternate, switch, baste, arrange, tag on, set up, forgather, get together, order, erect, ensnare, raise, lay out, launch, pitch, flip-flop, append, ready, nibble, interchange, put, effect, flip, effectuate, install, rear, assemble, set, gather, rig, patch
join during spinning
"piece the broken pieces of thread, slivers, and rovings"
nibble, pick, piece(verb)
eat intermittently; take small bites of
"He pieced at the sandwich all morning"; "She never eats a full meal--she just nibbles"
repair by adding pieces
"She pieced the china cup"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Part, a substance, quantity, or amount that is the result of the division of something greater, is the general word, including all the others of this group. A fragment is the result of breaking, rending, or disruption of some kind, while a piece may be smoothly or evenly separated and have a certain completeness in itself. A piece is often taken for a sample; a fragment scarcely would be. Division and fraction are always regarded as in connection with the total; divisions may be equal or unequal; a fraction is one of several equal parts into which the whole is supposed to be divided. A portion is a part viewed with reference to some one who is to receive it or some special purpose to which it is to be applied; in a restaurant one portion (i. e., the amount designed for one person) is sometimes, by special order, served to two; a share is a part to which one has or may acquire a right in connection with others; an instalment is one of a series of proportionate payments that are to be continued till the entire claim is discharged; a particle is an exceedingly small part. A component, constituent, ingredient, or element is a part of some compound or mixture; an element is necessary to the existence, as a component or constituent is necessary to the completeness of that which it helps to compose; an ingredient may be foreign or accidental. A subdivision is a division of a division. We speak of a segment of a circle. Compare PARTICLE; PORTION.
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How to use piece in a sentence?
I think the initial strength was exacerbated by not losing out of getting a piece of Lyft and the herd mentality of IPOs, it traded really aggressively out of the gate.
Japan is very keen to secure a significant piece of overseas business following the relaxation of its export legislation, and this Australian submarine deal was widely regarded as becoming a landmark trade, the tradecraft required to convince a sophisticated domestic buyer that Japan's was superior to that offered by France was lacking.
That's a really neat piece and it's like a time warp right back to the 1940s when Marilyn was just becoming famous.
We're really trying to say,' What you're trying on here is super similar to what you can try in real life,' that piece for me is very important because if you're shopping online and want to see different shades, when the product arrives you want it to be similar.
The real power behind whatever success I have now was something I found within myself - something that's in all of us, I think, a little piece of God just waiting to be discovered.
Translations for piece
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- peçaCatalan, Valencian
- kus, figura, kámenCzech
- stykke, brikDanish
- pieza, pedazo, pieza de artilleríaSpanish
- تکه, مهرهPersian
- osa, kappale, pikkukolikko, lounaspaketii, pano, ase, romu, nappula, teos, eväät, tykki, palaFinnish
- part, morceauFrench
- saothar, píosa, giota, dréachtIrish
- pìos, criomag, mìr, bìdeagScottish Gaelic
- टुकड़ा, खंडHindi
- mosoHaitian Creole
- մաս, կտորArmenian
- hluti, verk, stykkiIcelandic
- brano, pezzo, porzioneItalian
- 部分, 一切れ, 切り身, 一片, ピース, 作品Japanese
- ნაწილი, ნატეხიGeorgian
- fragmentum, frustum, pars, micaLatin
- gabalas, dalisLithuanian
- biċċa, imbarazzMaltese
- onderdeel, stuk, deel, pionDutch
- stykkeNorwegian Nynorsk
- kawałek, część, pionek, moneta, sztuka, element, utwórPolish
- кусок, часть, монета, произведение, штука, фигураRussian
- парче, комад, parče, komad, део, част, deo, častSerbo-Croatian
- kúsok, kusSlovak
- del, kosSlovene
- stycke, pjäs, nyp, puffra, bitSwedish
- gawo, pande, kipande, vipandeSwahili
- อัน, ชิ้นThai
- ٹکڑا, کھنڈUrdu
- שטיק, שלוםYiddish
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