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Noun
Plural of piece
Noun
Plural for a portion of an object or of material, produced by cutting, tearing, or breaking the whole
“With that, my mother knife and cut a small piece of the pie.”
Noun
Plural for a written, musical, or artistic creation
“The piece conveys the sense of an urgent, fully focused formal sensibility at work.”
Noun
Plural for an item used in constructing something
“The kit contains hundreds of miniature pieces of the popular construction toy that comprises a building system of rods and connectors.”
Noun
Plural for an instance or example
“We question the value of this piece of advice in the otherwise useful protocol.”
Noun
Plural for a financial share
“The idea behind the executive share option is that incentivised executives will work harder if they can see themselves owning a piece of the company they work for.”
Noun
Plural for a figure or token used to make moves in a board game
“Adam moved his chess piece and leaned back, satisfied with the way the game was progressing.”
Noun
Plural for a portable weapon from which a shot is discharged by gunpowder
“… carrying a piece under his coat.”
Noun
“The reporter who wrote the piece.”
Noun
“People struggle to get the best piece of land.”
Verb
To form by putting together parts or materials
“… you might want to piece together a quilt from those odd patches of cloth.”
Verb
Put together
Noun
Irregularly torn pieces of cloth, paper, or other material
Phrase
Miscellaneous articles or remnants
Noun
Plural of rag
Noun
Noun
Scattered pieces of rubbish or remains
Noun
Elements or circumstances contributing to a result
Noun
The parts left over after other parts have been removed, used, or destroyed
Noun
Things that have been left as worthless
Noun
The remains of something that has been badly damaged or destroyed
Noun
Generic appellation for objects
Noun
Noun
Plural of clipping
Noun
Noun
Noun
Inclusion
Noun
The profession of collecting, writing, and publishing news through newspapers and magazines or by radio and television
Noun
Thin strips that have been pared off from something
Noun
Staged forms of entertainment
Noun
Bits of uneaten food left after a meal
Noun
Waste material; refuse
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