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Synonyms for piece

work of art

give someone a piece of your mind

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go or fall to pieces

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in pieces

of a piece (with)

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  • like
  • the same (as)
  • similar (to)
  • consistent (with)
  • identical (to)
  • analogous (to)
  • of the same kind (as)

piece something together: work out

piece something together: mend

take or tear or pull something or someone to pieces

Synonyms for piece

one of the parts into which something is divided

one's proper or expected function in a common effort

a part severed from a whole

a small portion of food

something that is the result of creative effort

a usually brief detail of news or information

an extent, measured or unmeasured, of linear space

Synonyms for piece

an item that is an instance of some type

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an instance of some kind

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an artistic or literary composition

a serving that has been cut from a larger portion

a distance

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a work of art of some artistic value

a period of indeterminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition

a share of something

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game equipment consisting of an object used in playing certain board games

to join or unite the pieces of

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join during spinning

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eat intermittently

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repair by adding pieces

References in periodicals archive ?
Energy required by the spermatozoon is supplied by mitochondria, which consume the endogenous substrate in the middle piece (Baccetti and Afzelius, 1976).
The mitochondria in the middle piece have evolved into the chondriosomal mantle, which is followed by the principal piece in which the axoneme is enwrapped with 9 groups of granular material.
In a letter to an unidentified noble, dated 11 February 1756, the contents of which are preserved in part in a dealer's catalogue, Quantz offers `a transverse flute of the kind described in my Versuch die Flote zu spielen [sic), bored and truly tuned by me, and indeed made of boxwood with six middle pieces, [which] may be had for 7 louis d'or.
She's got more power behind the saddle and in the middle piece.
Equally complex, but much more lighthearted, is Rhapsody in Blue (1987), Spaight's tribute to American music, which was the middle piece in the show.
Discussing his ideas, I felt he had certain areas where he wanted to move and he was very pleased, I think, to be asked for an opening work for our triple bill because often commissions are to make a meaty middle piece or a crash, bang, wallop closing p iece.
Flip the middle piece on its side and cut off another 3/8 in.
Over the last few years we've done Verdi's middle three, the very popular pieces of La Traviata, Rigoletto and Il Trovatore, as well as the later work Don Carlos so I thought it would be interesting to look at a group of his late middle pieces with La Forza Del Destino, Un Ballo In Maschera and Les Vepres Siciliennes.
Reading it is like compulsively fitting all those revealing middle pieces together.