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NOUN   a piece | pieces
VERB  to piece | pieced | pieced ... 
SYNO   composition | musical composition ... 
pièce {f}
pièce {f}
pièce {f} [de monnaie]
morceau {m}
pièce {f} maîtressecenterpiece [Am.]
pièce {f} maîtressecentrepiece [Br.]
théâtre pièce {f} de boulevardfarce
pièce {f} d'artificefirework
pièce {f} d'identitéID [short] [identification]
jeux pion {m} [sur un damier, etc.]piece [on a draughtboard, checkerboard etc.]
tronçon {m} [morceau]piece [segment, bit]
théâtre pièce {f}play
monnaie pièce {f} de six pencetanner [Br.] [coll.] [dated] [predecimal sixpenny piece]
monnaie pièce {f} de trois pencethruppence [dated] [predecimal threepenny piece]
monnaie pièce {f} de deux pencetuppence [twopence]
tech. pièce {f} à fabriquerworkpiece [also: work piece]
tech. pièce {f} à usinerworkpiece [also: work piece]
2 Words: Nouns
littérat. pièce {f} de versshort poem
tech. pièce {f} détachéespare part
3 Words: Nouns
renseignement {m}(piece of) information
immo. terrain {m}(piece of) land
vêt. vêtement {m}piece of clothing
meub. meuble {m}piece of furniture
bijou {m}piece of jewellery [Br.]
rogaton {m} [objet de rebut]piece of junk [coll.]
coup {m} de chancepiece of luck
bagage {m}piece of luggage
hist. mil. bouche {f} à feupiece of ordnance
bout {m} de cordepiece of rope
mil. éclat {m} d'obuspiece of shrapnel
4 Words: Nouns
cuis. ménagère {f} 24 pièces24-piece cutlery canteen
chameau {m} [fam.] [personne désagréable]nasty piece of work [coll.] [evil person]
épluchure {f} de pommepiece of apple peel
fond {m} de sa penséepiece of one's mind [fig.]
5+ Words: Others
loc. C'est du gâteau !It's a piece of cake!
5+ Words: Verbs
transformer une pièce en bureauto convert a room into an office
loc. avoir une sale tête [fam.] [faire peur]to look like a nasty piece of work [coll.] [to look evil]
5+ Words: Nouns
cuis. hist. tailloir {m} [vieux]piece of bread or wood used as plate in Middle Ages
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