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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A thing considered as a unit or an element of a larger thing, quantity, or class; a portion: a piece of string.
- noun: A portion or part that has been separated from a whole: a piece of cake.
- noun: An object that is one member of a group or class: a piece of furniture.
- noun: An artistic, musical, or literary work or composition: "They are lively and well-plotted pieces, both in prose” ( Tucker Brooke).
- noun: An instance; a specimen: a piece of sheer folly.
- noun: A declaration of one's opinions or findings: speak one's piece.
- noun: A coin: a ten-cent piece.
- noun: Games One of the counters or figures used in playing various board games.
- noun: Games Any one of the chess figures other than a pawn.
- noun: Slang A firearm, especially a rifle.
- noun: Informal A given distance: "There was farm country down the road on the right a piece” ( James Agee).
- noun: Vulgar Slang A sexually attractive person.
- verb-transitive: To mend by adding pieces or a piece to.
- verb-transitive: To join or unite the pieces of: He pieced together the vase. She pieced together an account of what had gone on during the stormy meeting.
- idiom: a piece of (one's) mind Frank and severe criticism; censure.
- idiom: of a piece Belonging to the same class or kind.
- idiom: piece by piece In stages: took the clock apart piece by piece.
- idiom: piece of cake Informal Something very easy to do: "Relearning to fly was a piece of cake” ( Burton Bernstein).
- idiom: piece of the action Slang A share of an activity or of profits: "a piece of the action in a Florida land deal” ( Shana Alexander).
- idiom: piece of work A remarkable person, achievement, or product: "He's a very tough piece of work” ( Ted Koppel).
- all of a piecevienarūšis
- to break to piecessudaužyti į šipulius
- to cut t
- piece by piecedalimis
- to take to pieces išardyti
- to pick to pieces išardyti dalimis