a single object that is an example of a kind or class, or that forms part of a set
a part of anything solid which is separated, broken, or marked off from a larger part of a whole body
any of many parts made to be fitted together
put parts together; make (sth) by joining
mend or repair
"an important piece of the evidence"
"he designed a new piece of equipment"
"she bought a lovely piece of china"
"they analyzed the river into three parts"
"he needed a piece of granite"
"the composition is written in four movements"
"it was a nice piece of work"
"he had a bit of good luck"
"he wrote an interesting piece on Iran"
"the children acted out a comic piece to amuse the guests"
"he wore his firearm in a shoulder holster"
"a piece of pie"
"a slice of bread"
"it is down the road a piece"
"this store sells only objets d'art"
"it is not known who created this piece"
"he was here for a little while"
"I need to rest for a piece"
"a spell of good weather"
"a patch of bad weather"
"a slice of the company's revenue"
"he taught me to set up the men on the chess board"
"he sacrificed a piece to get a strategic advantage"
"patch the skirt"
"She pieced a quilt"
"He tacked together some verses"
"They set up a committee"
"piece the broken pieces of thread, slivers, and rovings"
"He pieced at the sandwich all morning"
"She never eats a full meal--she just nibbles"
"She pieced the china cup"
He slit the paper into about five pieces.
出自： G. K. Chesterton
Still wearing dated, conventional two-piece outfits.
I will piece her opulant throne with kingdoms.
出自：Anthony Cleopatra , Shakespeare
If she does that again I'll really give her a piece of my mind.
Instead of just sitting there picking other people to pieces, why don't you get on with your own work?
He pieced out a chain of evidence and pointed out the fact.
The policeman tried to piece together the facts.
We managed to piece together the truth from several sketchy accounts.