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piece

[piːs ]
sostantivo
1.  (fragment) trozo mpedazo m
to come to pieces hacerse pedazosromperse
to fall to pieces caerse a pedazosromperse
my watch lay in pieces on the pavement mi reloj quedó destrozado en la acerami reloj quedó en la acera hecho pedazos
his life lay in pieces su vida estaba destrozada
a piece of sth:
a piece of bread un trozo or un pedazo de pan
a piece of cake una porción or un trozo de tarta
another piece of cake? ¿quieres más tarta?
a piece of cheese/glass un trozo de queso/cristal
a piece of paper un trozo or una hoja de papelun papel
a piece of string un trozo de cuerdaun cabo
a piece of toast una tostada
I’ve got a piece of grit in my eye tengo una mota en el ojo
(all) in one piece:
the vase is still in one piece el jarrón sigue intacto
we got back all in one piece llegamos sanos y salvos
he had a nasty fall but he’s still in one piece sufrió una mala caída pero no le pasó nada
it is made (all) in one piece está hecho de una sola pieza
to pick or pull sth to pieces [argument, theory] echar por tierra algo
to smash (sth) to pieces:
the glass fell off the table and smashed to pieces el vaso se cayó de la mesa y se hizo añicos
I smashed the vase to pieces rompí el jarrón en mil pedazoshice el jarrón añicos
the boat was smashed to pieces on the rocks el barco se estrelló contra las rocas y se hizo añicos
▪ idiom: to go to pieces
she went to pieces when Arnie died quedó deshecha or hecha pedazos cuando Arnie murió
every time he’s faced with a problem he goes to pieces cada vez que se ve ante un problema se desquicia or el pánico se apodera de él
[person] (break down) quedar deshechoquedar hecho pedazos; (lose one’s grip) desquiciarse
▪ idiom: it's a piece of cake (informal) es pan comido (inf)
▪ idiom: to give sb a piece of one's mind decir cuatro verdades a algncantar las cuarenta a algn (inf)
he got a piece of my mind le dije cuatro verdadesle canté las cuarenta (inf)
▪ idiom: to pick up the pieces
they always leave me to pick up the pieces siempre me toca sacarles las castañas del fuegosiempre dejan que sea yo el que pague los platos rotos
she never picked up the pieces after her fiancé died nunca logró superar la muerte de su prometidonunca rehizo realmente su vida después de la muerte de su prometido
see also action noun, nasty adjective, thrill
2.  (part, member of a set) pieza f
piece by piece pieza por or a pieza
it comes to pieces se desmontaes desmontable
(all) of a piece:
Dostoyevsky’s life and work are of a piece la vida y las obras de Dostoyevsky son uno y lo mismo
Amy was putting the pieces together now ahora Amy estaba juntando or atando los cabos
to take sth to pieces desmontar or desarmar algo
3.  (as suffix)
a four-piece band un grupo de cuatro músicos
a three-piece suit un traje con chaleco
a three-piece suite un juego de sofá y dos butacasun tresillo (Spain)
a fifteen-piece tea set un juego de té de quince piezas
4.  (item)
a piece of advice un consejo
to sell sth by the piece vender algo suelto
a piece of clothing una prenda (de vestir)
a piece of equipment un aparato
a piece of evidence una prueba
a piece of furniture un mueble
a piece of information un dato
a piece of legislation una ley
you are allowed two pieces of luggage se le permite llevar dos bultos
a piece of news una noticia
your essay was a sloppy piece of work tu redacción deja mucho que desear
see also history, land noun
5.  (instance)
it was a piece of luck fue una suerte
what a piece of luck you called round qué suerte que te hayas pasado por aquí
6.  (composition)
(Press) artículo m
(Music, Art, Theatre) pieza f
a piano piece una pieza para piano
▪ idiom: to say one's piece decir uno lo que tiene que decir
see also museum, party compounds, period compounds
7.  (Military)
artillery pieces, pieces of artillery piezas fpl de artillería
8. 
(in chess) pieza f
(in draughts, backgammon) ficha f
9.  (coin) moneda f
a 10 pence piece una moneda de 10 peniques
a piece of eight un real de a ocho
10.  (US) (informal) (distance)
his place is down the road a piece su casa está un poco más allá bajando la calle
11.  (old-fashioned, informal, offensive) (woman) tipa (inf) ftía f (Spain) (inf)
a nice little piece una tía buena (Spain) (inf)una tipaza (inf)
compounds
phrasal verbs

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Other mail art pieces are more topical.
The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
On a table beneath the open window was a gramophone playing a piece of music.
John Cornwell Seminary Boy (2006)
The alternative is to buy a piece of land to build something.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
What very small fine pieces it has cooked into!
Beatrix Potter The Tales of Beatrix Potter (1930)
Individual pieces could sell for in excess of 125,000.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Picture frames get a new lease of life when fitted with a piece of mirrored glass.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Pieces are fitted together, all is not as it seems, danger lurks in unexpected places.
The Sun (2016)
Tear the soft parts into small pieces and place in a large bowl.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Then two pieces that fit together on the back and front of your chest.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
They hear one piece of music - maybe on an advert or the radio - and they go off in another direction.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
What was the impulse behind putting the two pieces together?
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Like the first try it was a typical piece of individual brilliance.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
What a beautiful and contradictory piece of advice.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
What was the best piece of advice you received?
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
You have got to know how to move your pieces around the board.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
If the piece is being sold by a lot of sellers all claiming the same thing.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Tape the two pieces together and leave overnight.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
We are witness to a beautiful and absorbing piece of theatre.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Who would have thought that a piece of land would cause me such a headache?
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
All bits and pieces were kept in place.
The Sun (2012)
An early piece of legal work led to an important victory in court.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Everything rides on this piece of equipment.
Smithsonian Mag (2017)
Is the person of the artist always present in a piece of art?
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It is a vital piece of equipment.
The Sun (2008)
So was my brother a piece of art?
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The proportion of international workers in a company is one of the pieces of information that companies may be asked to provide.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
We hope historians will go and piece something together.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Listen to a relaxation tape or play a favourite piece of music.
Westcott, Patsy Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)
The battery is the most important and expensive piece of equipment used in the process.
Christianity Today (2000)
Understanding individual pieces of information does not insure memory of the pieces.
Pressley, Michael & McCormick, Christine Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers, (1995)
Why would the former choose to write his piece mostly in the first person?
Goshgarian, Gary Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)

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piece in altre lingue

Inglese britannico: piece /piːs/ NOUN
A piece of something is a portion, part, or section of it that has been removed, broken off, or cut off.
...a piece of paper.
  • Inglese americano: piece
  • Arabo: قِطْعَة
  • Portoghese brasiliano: pedaço
  • Cinese:
  • Croato: komad
  • Ceco: kus
  • Danese: stykke
  • Olandese: stukje
  • Spagnolo europeo: pedazo
  • Finlandese: pala
  • Francese: morceau
  • Tedesco: Stück
  • Greco: κομμάτι
  • Italiano: pezzo
  • Giapponese: 一つ
  • Coreano: 한 조각
  • Norvegese: stykke
  • Polacco: kawałek
  • Portoghese Europeo: pedaço
  • Romeno: bucată
  • Russo: кусок
  • Spagnolo: pedazo
  • Svedese: bit avsnitt
  • Thailandese: ชิ้นส่วน
  • Turco: parça
  • Ucraino: шматок
  • Vietnamita: miếng

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